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Re: Solar Panel "Farm"

Postby daveacto » Mon Aug 11, 2014 5:02 pm

Why not keep up the community mining tradition and just install a giant,supercooled,bit-coin mining rig at Welbeck?-could do Litecoin and SolarCoin simultaneously!-http://www.solarminer.com/
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Re: Solar Panel "Farm"

Postby Caz » Mon Aug 11, 2014 9:39 pm

Mmm, we should have thought of doing bitcoins a year ago when they were worth having.

I'm getting used to seeing the grey mass multiplying now. It may not grow as quickly now the government have stepped in and brought forward the deadline for subsidies because solar farms won't be quite so profitable.
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Re: Solar Panel "Farm"

Postby Happy Humphrey » Wed Aug 13, 2014 1:09 pm

Although living nearby I've not been contacted by the company with any details of their electricity plan. By saying "local" in
"sufficient energy to power more than 3,450 homes in the local area" they imply strongly that they will be supplying the local area so it's odd that they don't seem proactive in signing us up for their energy supply.
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Re: Solar Panel "Farm"

Postby Caz » Wed Aug 13, 2014 10:34 pm

Happy Humphrey wrote:Although living nearby I've not been contacted by the company with any details of their electricity plan. By saying "local" in
"sufficient energy to power more than 3,450 homes in the local area" they imply strongly that they will be supplying the local area so it's odd that they don't seem proactive in signing us up for their energy supply.

A press release worded to pacify the radical greens and to convince those who don't fully understand the way it works - and let's face it, how many of us do? The electricity generated will not be used locally, it'll go into the National Grid. At least I hope it will, otherwise Warsop will be in the dark during winter. :roll:
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