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Zero-Down, Leased Solar is Hot. What’s Up Next? Leased Energy Storage Systems. | Green Energy News

September 26, 2011

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September 21, 2011 – Vol.16 No.27ZERO-DOWN, LEASED SOLAR IS HOT. WHAT’S UP NEXT? LEASED ENERGY STORAGE SYSTEMS. by Bruce Mulliken, Green Energy NewsSo you’re one of the lucky/smart ones. You’ve leased a solar electric system for your home or business. With it you’re saving money on electricity. You’re cutting back on greenhouse gases. At least part of the day (the sunny part) you’re independent from the dirty power grid. Maybe soon, if not already, you’ll be charging up electric cars from your solar panels. With that you’ll be independent from BIG OIL.Still your umbilical cord to the grid is not severed. That slick, clean energy system on your roof is only providing power when the sun is up. When it’s over the horizon you’re back on coal. That’s no good. You need to be able to store your green solar electricity if you want a complete disconnect and if you want to be bright green.Somewhere in the deep, crevasses of some solar entrepreneur’s brain there’s a thought brewing: Leasing solar systems is a success. Leasing energy storage systems could be too. Customers would like that. Leasing has taken the financial bite out of solar power. Leasing could do the same for expensive energy storage systems.It’s not the technology it��%

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