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  1. bernard says:

    Thank you for this interesting paper, dear Justin.

    But solar power is lot less than $220/MWh !

    Current pricing for solar panel is $1.4/Wp, for which you have to add an inverter (less than $0.3/Wp) and simple installation (less than $0.3/Wp), that makes $2/Wp.

    For an area like europe with 1000h of production per year during 25y, that makes $80/MWh.

    For US with lot of sun, you can achieve 2000h/y or 3000h/y, like in sunny arreas of africa or asia : that makes less than $40/MWh or $27/MWh.

    And this is now, not next year : solar is everywhere cheaper than nuclear, and cheaper than gaz in sunny areas.


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  3. Dbeers says:

    Just over a year after your article, HYSR is priced at $0.02 per share and apparently no longer in the business of making these solar panels? It appears they are now into cracking water to make use of the hydrogen. No problem with the bad call (unless I am mistaken), but I do think you guys need to a list of your “right calls” from your “wrong.” Otherwise, how are we to know you are any better than other “advisors?”


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