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Renewable Power to the People (Attractive Attributes for Community Solar Projects)

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This paper is based on research that explored a range of community solar product attributes to find out which factors had the highest impact (positive or negative) on a customer’s willingness to sign up for community solar.The results offer insight into options for balancing product attributes and how to communicate product attributes most effectively.

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Stepan Munteanu on Apr 12, 2018 6:49 am GMT

Renewable energy is attractive to kicks in the butt, there is a problem too expensive. The project which expense razdeliya on a vnederniya with bank is necessary for introduction in a lot of use of renewable energy. It is return of the credits from realization of energy 50-50. 50% of income remain to the beneficiary and 50% leave on repayments of the credits to bank. Images the bank will be interested in it in that that the project has as soon as possible begun to turn out products. There will be a support of bank in completions of the project or updating 
technological process, from received profits are won by all participants.

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Audra Drazga on Apr 25, 2018 11:39 pm GMT

Thanks for sharing your post as part of our earth day special issue.

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