Why is solar technology still so expensive? It’s been around since 1955, and most would still consider it to be cost prohibitive.

By now, shouldn’t it just be the norm when it comes to providing energy for most homes and buildings? Other newer technologies like flat panel TVs drop in price after just a year or so. Heck, they’re giving away older versions of the iPhone these days.

I don’t have the answer, but it’s safe to assume that it’s not by accident.

What do you think?

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  11. burntjohn answered: Plastic.
  12. nickolasjensen answered: wheres the residual income in that?
  13. stevensyoty answered: yes is not e xpensive,but people think is old.
  14. jettsuperior reblogged this from moneyisnotimportant and added:
    I think “Gimme mah subsidized solar panels, motherfuckah!”
  15. samlarkan reblogged this from moneyisnotimportant and added:
    It’s not by accident we should all be able to buy solor power.
  16. tmpdesign answered: Probably for same reason the electric car was halted for so long (control by big guys). I was in Germany recently, nearly every house has it.
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  18. solarscotland answered: You know the price of Solar continues to come down as new technology makes it more efficient
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  23. rtwalsh said: Big oil is probably behind it somehow.
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  27. meetthebosstv answered: Never a truer perspective unveiled. Agree entirely. Control is the key aspect here, unfortunately.
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