Mathematical illiterates are celebrating New York City’s new 1.6 MW solar power project

We need a more practical and long term transition from coal fired electricity to natural gas. Solar and wind won’t cut it. The costs are too high and the production capacity is too low.

Dan from Squirrel Hill's Blog

AFP reports:

On a rooftop in the Bronx far from the skyscrapers of Manhattan, 4,760 panels soak up the winter rays. Welcome to the solar power boom in New York state.

Robert Kline, director of commercial sales for the Ross Solar Group that installed the panels, is delighted.

“It is the largest (solar) installation in the history of New York City,” he tells AFP.

The 1.6-megawatt installation on the Jetro Cash and Carry has been proudly singled out by New York governor Andrew Cuomo as a prime example of a drive to haul the state into a new dawn.

I’m not disputing the claim that this is “the largest solar installation in the history of New York City.”

However, I am disputing the claim that his is a “boom” for solar power.

The Ravenswood Generating Station is one of many power plants that provides electricity for New York. It…

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2 Responses to Mathematical illiterates are celebrating New York City’s new 1.6 MW solar power project

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