Your Questions About Solar Power Inc

Nancy asks…

Oh my God, George Soros the man responsible for the coming New World Order owns all these companies!!?

MAP Pharmaceuticals Inc.
Savient Pharmaceuticals Inc
Petroleo Brasileiro S.A.Petrobras
Baidu.com Inc. ADS
NII Holdings Inc
China Mobile Ltd.
NAVIOS MARITIME PTN
FIRST SOLAR, INC.
Mechel OAO, Broadcom Corp.
ENERGYSOLUTIONS INC
MKT VCTR RUSSIA SBI
iShares MSCI Japan
United Therapeutics Corp.
BPZ RESOURCES, INC
Pall Corp.
United Parcel Service, Inc
Western Digital Corp.
MasterCard Inc.
Net 1 UEPS Technologies Inc.
MSC Software Corp.
The GEO Group Inc.
Banro Corp.
Nalco Holding Company
Support.com Inc.
NCR Corp.
SOLARFUN POWER HOLDINGS CO. LTD.
Convergys Corp.
CB Richard Ellis Group Inc.
LandAmerica Financial Group Inc.
Valassis Communications Inc.
Logitech International S.A.
InterDigital Inc.
FedEx Corp.
Shire plc
Nabors Industries Ltd.
ACI Worldwide Inc.
Pantry Inc.
ADC Telecommunications Inc.
MercadoLibre Inc.
Greenlight Capital Re Ltd.
Exelon Corp.
GemstarTV Guide International Inc.
WalMart Stores Inc.
Payless ShoeSource Inc.
HewlettPackard Company
CEC Entertainment Inc.
YINGLI GRN ENGY ADR, IAMGOLD Corp.
Idearc Inc.
FPL Group Inc.
Altria Group Inc.
Goldman Sachs Group Inc.
MeadWestvaco Corp.
Flextronics International Ltd.
The Walt Disney Company Disney
C.H. Robinson Worldwide Inc.
Comcast Corp.
Dominion Resources Inc.
Wells Fargo & Company
Expeditors International of Washington I
Advanced Micro Devices Inc.
UnitedHealth Group Inc.
The Bank of New York Mellon Corp.
PPL Corp.
Weyerhaeuser Company
Rockwood Holdings Inc.
RPM International Inc.
The Gap Inc.
U.S. Bancorp
Best Buy Co. Inc.
ASCENT SOLAR TECHNOLOGIES, INC.
PepsiCo Inc.
The Valspar Corp.
NVR Inc
The New York Times Company
Marvel Entertainment Inc.
Constellation Energy Group Inc.
INTELLON CORPORATION
Simon Property Group Inc.
Chemtura Corp.
Select Comfort Corp.
Entergy Corp.
EMC Corp.
Walgreen Company
Wendy's International Inc.
OM Group Inc.
State Street Corp.
STEWART ENTERPRISES, INC.
Westlake Chemical Corp.
Worthington Industries Inc.
Questar Corp.
Quanex Corp.
Stillwater Mining Company
Sensient Technologies Corp.
The Boston Beer Company Inc.
Titan International Inc.
RockTenn Company
Universal American Financial Corp.
Scholastic Corp.
Sinclair Broadcast Group Inc.
Public Storage Inc.
Under Armour Inc.
TiVo Inc.
The Southern Company
ProLogis
Tech Data Corp.
Vornado Realty Trust
Abbott Laboratories
CalMaine Foods Inc.
Cabot Corp.
Community Health Systems Inc.
Cytec Industries Inc.
DIRECTV Group Inc.
Duke Energy Corp.
Brinker International Inc.
eHealth Inc.
Equity Residential
Entravision Communications Corp.
H.B. Fuller Company
General Growth Properties Inc
Cascade Corp.
Boston Properties Inc.
American Equity Investment Life Holding
AES Corp.
Aetna Inc.
Applied Materials Inc.
American Oriental Bioengineering Inc.
APP PHARMACEUTICALS INC
Arbitron Inc.
Arris Group Inc
Ashland Inc.
Allegheny Energy Inc.
Sotheby's
Bemis Company Inc.
Corning Inc.
Getty Images Inc.
Lifeway Foods Inc.
ABITIBIBOWATER INC
Lowe's Companies Inc.
Medarex Inc.
AMIS Holdings Inc.
Ladish Co. Inc.
Merck & Co. Inc.
Infinity Property and Casualty Corp.
Integrated Device Technology Inc.
Live Nation Inc.
HarteHanks Inc.
The McClatchy Company
LouisianaPacific Corp.
Host Hotels & Resorts Inc.
Minerals Technologies Inc.
HLTH Corp.
MasTec Inc.
Palm Inc.
Novell Inc.
Whole Foods Market Inc.
OPNEXT INC.
Micrel Inc.
LIMELIGHT NETWORKS
INC., SPANSION INC.
SonicWALL Inc.
Secure Computing Corp.
Health Management Associates Inc.
Skyworks Solutions Inc.
Sybase Inc.
KEMET Corp.
CarMax Inc.
Compuware Corp.
RealNetworks Inc.
TriQuint Semiconductor Inc.
Google Inc.
Intel Corp.
Schlumberger Ltd.
Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corp.
QUALCOMM Inc.
Banco Ita Holding Financeira S.A.
Research in Motion Ltd.
CVS Caremark Corp.
Lockheed Martin Corp.
Honeywell International Inc.
Caterpillar Inc.
Emerson Electric Co.
Alcan Inc.
Colgate Palmolive Company
Unibanco Unio de Bancos Brasileiros S.A.
Deere & Company
General Dynamics Corp.
Union Pacific Corp.
Halliburton Company
ICICI Bank Ltd.
AT&T
Illinois Tool Works Inc.
Archer Daniels Midland Company
Raytheon Company
Goldcorp Inc.
Carnival Corp.
Alltel Corp.
Danaher Corp.
Harrah's Entertainment Inc.
LG.Philips LCD Co. Ltd.
Garmin Ltd.
Peabody Energy Corp.
Liberty Media Corp.
Capital Common Serie
Starbucks Corp.
Safeway Inc.
Wynn Resorts Ltd.
Marriott International Inc.
International Game Technology
Lyondell Chemical Company
CA Inc.
Coach Inc.
Macy's Inc.
McDermott International Inc.
Fortune Brands Inc.
Rohm and Haas Company
Liberty Media Corp.
Interactive Common S, Autodesk Inc.
Quest Diagnostics Inc.
J.C. Penney Company Inc.
Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide Inc.
Bed Bath & Beyond Inc.
Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd.
VF Corp., Nordstrom Inc.
Network Appliance Inc.
United Microelectronics Corp.
NAVTEQ Corp.
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These companies are all owned by one person George Soros who i don't think should even be called a human since he turned in his own people during WWII and is considered responsible for the coming N.W.O. Now i didn't believe all that hype at first but after seeing that one person owns all these companies, i think it's time to prepare for the inevitable.
No these are companies he OWNS not shares
I never said Jews control the world you idiot, all i'm saying is that one man owns all these companies, the guy who Sponsored Agenda 21 if you don't know agenda 21 look it up its a U.N. plan for sustainable human development which actually doesn't promote that at all, but is a guideline as to where we'll be living, how we'll be living, how we'll be travelling and what we'll be eating. Look up Codex Alimentarius, its food standards which make nutrients illegal it was implemented in the USA on Dec. 31, 2009 so it's already happening. It's time to wake up people and realize that nobody cares about other people anymore its all about the money.
I found this all through resarch go do some resarch yourself for once instead of being a close minded ho

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Joseph asks…

How does the AGW theory, take money away from Big Oil Inc?

Are there any worthy replacements to internal combustion?
Is there a product on the market yet, that outperforms plastic?
Nuclear power plants average ten years to build and cost $492,000,000,000. No real threat to coal or gas there…

Wind and solar are just pipe dreams. If they could supply enough reliable power, they would. Any good capitalist would jump on board with the cheapest and most efficient energy producer. You make it seem as if they use coal or gas because they are just pure evil, and are intentionally burning down the planet.

We are hopelessly dependent on fossil fuels. We will not abandon them, till it becomes too expensive to use. This is an obvious fact. Because they are hugely efficient and reliable, fossil fuels have no rival. And there is entirely too much money and power invested in fossil fuels.

So what, exactly, does “Big Oil Inc.” have to gain by downplaying AGW? Exxon could air commercials of crude soaked polar bears dying of heat stroke, and it would not make the slightest dent in their profit margin. What's the alternative? Horses? Candles?

So educate me, what does Big Oil Inc have to gain, by misinforming the public?
But Peg, the funny thing about taxing business. Taxes only hurt the consumer. Politician X adds tax Y to product C. The producer of product C simply adds that tax onto the cost of production. So the consumer of product C, pays that tax.

And as I have stated. What's the alternative to fossil fuels? We have no choice but to pay the piper.

That seems like a miserable system Peg. Screw the peasants? You really advocate this action? While the Gores, and the Rothchilds, and Kenneth Lay get richer. And the government expands geometrically to cover this expansion of power? So I guess the tax money could be funneled back to us to defer the cost? Creating yet another entitlement to abuse? And yet another black hole bureaucracy?

Do you see where we get our political arguments?

And Matthew, I like Alex Jones, he makes a lot more sense than official explanations sometimes. But he never has anything to back it up. All he ever has is just him talking… Kind of like this big oil conspiracy our friends here cook up. The only proof ever offered was from a Greenpeace blog.

Ken Lay is a generic corporate pirate bogeyman. And he was an author of the US's Cap & Trade bill. Insert whatever corporate pirate's name you like.

Peg, now you are simply speculating on future taxes if problems actually arise. What's your crystal ball say about next year's Super Bowl?

You've said so yourself, there are not enough fossil fuels to do any real damage. Why the two faces on the issue?

ssadmin answers:

You are quite correct that Oil does not currently have a cost competitive alternative & will not be abandoned until scarcity drives the cost up.

Big Oil is also financial motivated to invest in the promising alternatives against the day oil becomes scarce.

But AGW is a different beast altogether. It is not the rational perception that we need to prepare for the eventual depletion of cheap fossil fuel energy – it is a hysterical crisis mongering that CURRENT use is eminently CATASTROPHIC.

Clearly this calls for MASSIVE Government taxation and THAT comes out of Big Oil profits. AGW policies also dictate things like drilling restrictions & moratoriums. This results in less product to sell.

Of course the flip side of this is lower supply, is higher demand hence a higher cost per quantity. So it's quite common for AGW policies to increase Oil Company profits but getting them more money for less oil.

So AGW is a mixed bag for Big Oil. Clearly it promotes higher taxation, hence lower profits. But it also generates artificial scarcity – which raises profits. And the artificial scarcity promotes early profitability in the use of alternatives which accelerates the payback of Oil Company alternative investments.

Generically speaking what Big Oil gains from opposing AGW is not having to deal with profit stealing Socialists. That said, many AGW policies raise Oil profits.

All of this of course f*cks over the general public as energy prices skyrocket.

Meanwhile the Government pulls the Cigarette tax hypocrisy,
namely they say Cigarettes are bad to justify the tax, but decline any ban because that would end the tax dollars.

Unfortunately the Liberal/Marxists who are AWARE of the scam, don't get the Laffer curve. Namely that Energy is very different from Tobacco. Rising energy cost drives the economy into recession – which LOWERS revenues.

In the end, as unusual, the peasants get screwed.
Herman Cain is right. “Stupid People are ruining America”

Mandy asks…

These companies will or may benefit from stimulus money. Are they all betraying America's capitalist values?

Are they all helping to usher in socialism in America? If so, will you now and forever stop using their products and services? Including the computer operating system you're probably using right now? 🙂

Company Products, Services

3M Co. (MMM: 62.00 +1.37 +2.26%) – Solar and water
ADC Telecommunications Inc. (ADCT: 7.28 +0.33 +4.75%) – Voice and data systems
Akeena (AKNS: 1.18 +0.05 +4.42%) – Solar Inc. Solar
Atlas Copco AB (ATLKY.PK: 10.00 +0.32 +3.31%)- Air compressors
Bombardier Inc. (BBD-PD.TO: 15.71 0.00 0.00%)- Rail cars
Bucyrus International Inc. (BUCY: 26.71 +1.56 +6.20%) – Mining equipment
Caterpillar Inc. (CAT: 33.84 +1.91 +5.98%) – Earth-moving equipment
Cemex SAB de C.V. (CX: 8.47 +0.59 +7.49%) – Cement
Chicago Bridge & Iron Co. (CBI: 12.12 +1.20 +10.99%) – Energy construction
Cisco Systems Inc. (CSCO: 19.81 +1.08 +5.77%) – Internet hardware
Cree Inc. (CREE: 28.42 +1.33 +4.91%) – Lighting
CRH Plc (CRH: 22.66 -0.08 -0.35%) – Building materials
Danaher Corp. (DHR: 61.29 +1.62 +2.71%) – Tools, instrumentation
Dell Inc. (DELL: 12.32 +0.35 +2.92%) – Computers
EMC Corp. (EMC: 13.36 +0.48 +3.73%) – Storage computers
Emcor Group Inc. (EMKR: 1.16 +0.08 +7.41%) – Power, lighting systems
Emerson Electric Co. (EMR: 33.20 +1.33 +4.17%) – Electronic systems
Fluor Corp. (FLR: 49.09 +1.74 +3.67%) – Engineering services
Foster Wheeler Ltd. (FWLT: 20.69 +0.94 +4.76%) – Energy construction
General Electric Co. (GE: 12.24 +0.60 +5.15%) – Energy, health
Google Inc. (GOOG: 438.17 +13.48 +3.17%) – Internet search engine
Hewlett-Packard Co. (HPQ: 38.82 +1.68 +4.52%) – Computers
Hochtief AG – Construction
Honeywell International Inc. (HON: 32.41 +1.23 +3.94%) – Building controls
International Business Machines Corp. (IBM: 107.22 +3.97 +3.85%) – Computers
Jacobs Engineering Group Inc. (JEC: 39.67 +1.15 +2.99%) – Engineering services
Joy Global Inc. (JOYG: 34.44 +1.85 +5.68%) – Mining equipment
Juniper Networks Inc. (JNPR: 25.19 +1.77 +7.56%) – Internet hardware
Lindsay Corp. (LNN: 34.33 +0.76 +2.26%) – Irrigation equipment
Lockheed Martin Corp. (LMT: 81.25 +0.06 +0.07%) – Information systems
Manitowoc Co. (MTW: 4.94 +0.35 +7.63%) – Construction cranes
Martin Marietta Materials Inc. (MLM: 77.19 +2.70 +3.62%) – Construction aggregates
McDermott International Inc. (MDR: 18.40 +0.57 +3.20%) – Energy services
Microsoft Corp. (MSFT: 24.12 +1.01 +4.37%) – Computer software
Nucor Corp. (NUE: 43.61 +0.86 +2.01%) – Steel
Odebrecht SA – Construction
Olympic Steel Inc. (ZEUS: 22.79 +2.05 +9.88%) – Steel
Owens Corning Inc. (OC: 14.89 +0.82 +5.83%) – Insulation, composites
Quixote Corp. (QUIX: 2.4869 +0.0069 +0.28%) – Highway safety
Qwest Communications International Inc. (Q: 3.86 +0.04 +1.05%) – Broadband communication
Red Hat Inc. (RHAT: 0.00 N/A N/A) – Computer software
Shaw Group Inc. (SGR: 27.10 +1.40 +5.45%) – Power plants
Siemens AG – Power generation
Skanska AB – Road building
Sun Microsystems Inc. (JAVA: 9.21 +0.04 +0.44%) – Computer software
Tellabs Inc. (TLAB: 5.43 +0.21 +4.02%) – Voice and data systems
Terex Corp. (TEX: 12.16 +0.90 +7.99%) – Construction equipment
TRC Companies Inc. (TRR: 4.115 +0.085 +2.11%) – Construction services
Trinity Industries Inc. (TRN: 14.38 +0.67 +4.89%) – Railcars, wind-energy
United Technologies Corp. (UTX: 53.75 +2.17 +4.21%) – Heating-cooling systems
URS Corp. (URS: 46.06 +0.06 +0.13%) – Engineering services
U.S. Steel Corp. – Steel
Vulcan Materials Co. (VMC: 42.12 +1.03 +2.51%) – Construction aggregates
Westport Innovations Inc. (WPRT: 8.70 +0.20 +2.35%) – Clean engine technology
Yahoo Inc. (YHOO: 15.71 +0.53 +3.49%) – Internet search engine

http://www.dailymarkets.com/stocks/2009/01/22/list-of-companies-that-may-benefit-from-barack-obama%E2%80%99s-plans/

ssadmin answers:

GREAT QUESTION:
We are going to by military means destroy the legislative and judicial branches and Obama is going to take over the country in a power grab we have not seen in 230 years and socialism will be ushered in. LOL
I say, give it a rest. We will NEVER BE SOCIALIST, IT CANT BE DONE. I wish people actually knew the DEFINITION

John asks…

Since Solyndra is a fake company how would you explain this scientific article?

http://www.scientificamerican.com/article.cfm?id=cylindrical-solar-cells-give-new-meaning-to-sunroof
Has China come up with cylindrical solar panels yet?
Cylindrical Solar Cells Give a Whole New Meaning to Sunroof
Solyndra hopes to capture the wasted sunlight falling on roofs by making solar cells into cylinders rather than panels
There are approximately 30 billion square feet (2.8 billion square meters) of expansive, flat roofs in the U.S., an area large enough to collect the sunlight needed to power 16 million American homes, or replace 38 conventional coal-fired power plants. By covering these roofs with large, flat arrays of cylindrical thin-film solar cells (think massive installations of fluorescent tubes, only absorbing light rather than emitting it), Fremont, Calif.–based Solyndra, Inc., hopes to harness that energy.

“With a cylinder, we are collecting light from all angles, even collecting diffuse light,” says CEO Chris Gronet, who founded the solar cylinder company in 2005 based on an idea he had late one night while pondering less expensive ways to install photovoltaic panels. Because the arrays do not have to be angled or anchored into the roof, he adds, “we have half the installation cost and can install in one third the time.”

Solyndra is now churning out copper-indium-gallium-selenide (CIGS) thin-film solar cells, wrapped into a cylindrical shape and encased in glass. This design not only seals out moisture but allows the glass to act as a sunlight concentrator, funneling photons onto the thin film, according to Gronet. He says the Fremont plant, which opened in the spring, will ultimately be capable of producing 110 megawatts worth of solar cylinders annually, but he declined to specify how many cylinders that is.

The company says that the solar cylinders—paired with a roof painted white to better reflect sunlight—can collect 20 percent more sunshine than their conventional flat counterparts. The estimate is based on 50 kilowatts worth of the tubular cells that the company installed on its own roof.

As it stands, Solyndra's CIGS solar cells convert as much as 14 percent of the sunlight that hits them to electricity and, all told, Gronet expects that a Solyndra system will deliver twice as many kilowatt-hours of electricity from a given rooftop.

The cylindrical design also allows Solyndra to lay its arrays flat and to space them so that the wind can flow through them, rather than lift them up like it can with angled arrays. This means that the solar cylinders can be installed without affixing them onto the roof—and still withstand up to 130 mile-per-hour (209 kilometer-per-hour) winds.
“Our test installation in Florida survived the recent hurricane,” Tropical Storm Fay, Gronet says. “Because of the lower installation cost, we have a clear path to grid parity.” In other words, the newly shaped cells have the potential of harnessing solar power at around the same price as electricity from coal-fired power plants, currently the cheapest generation option at around six cents per kilowatt hour. Typical solar photovoltaic installations, on the other hand, cost roughly 25 to 50 cents per kilowatt-hour of electricity, roughly one half of which is related to the expense of physically installing them.

Gronet declined to reveal the cost of manufacturing solar cylinders or the price tag of electricity it delivers—primarily because if they are able to deliver lower cost electricity they want to preserve that extra profit for their customers, he admits. The solar cylinders thrive in countries that set a minimum guaranteed price for solar electricity, such as Spain and Germany where the so-called feed-in tariff is as much as 44 Euro cents per kilowatt-hour.

As a result, Phoenix Solar, AG, a German company that installs solar power systems, is Solyndra's biggest customer to date—and the latter claims to have $1.2 billion in multiyear contracts, largely because the cylinders can be installed in days rather than weeks and do not require special supports. The company already has 10 prototype installations, located in Germany as well as in California, Florida, Pennsylvania, Utah and Washington, D.C.

The questions that remain include price and reliability in manufacturing, according to environmental engineer Vasilis Fthenakis, senior scientist at Brookhaven National Laboratory's National Photovoltaic Environment Research Center in Upton, N.Y., and Columbia University. “Companies have had difficulties producing CIGS without many defects,” he says. “They may get more from deflected or reflected light but how much more? That needs to counterbalance the increased costs of production,” due to the cylinder design and specialized thin-film materials.
I'm being sarcastic.

ssadmin answers:

Nothing in your article confims your statement.

Helen asks…

So what is the energy answer according to the left?

“The Tennessee Valley Authority has asked the Nuclear Regulatory Commission for an operating license at the Rhea County site, however, the Sierra Club, the Southern Alliance for Clean Energy, the Tennessee Environmental Council, the Blue Ridge Environmental Defense League, and We the People Inc. are asking the Commission to refuse the request.”

http://nuclearstreet.com/nuclear_power_industry_news/b/nuclear_power_news/archive/2009/07/17/environmentalists-angry-over-tva-s-second-reactor-782.aspx

The left are still protesting against nuclear power even though there has never been a catastrophic accident in the US. Three mile island ALMOST went bad, but the problem was caught and they shut the reactor down before anything major happened.

Wind and solar power do not put out enough energy to meet the demand of the US. It would take a solar panel field the size of New Hampshire just to supply enough electricity for Tennessee alone. Wind power is about the same. So what is the answer, why does the left protest nuclear power? These new nuclear power plants could pull us away from coal fire plants.
sadcat, you need to research that idea, look up ‘ protests against NRC' Diablo canyon in CA is being protested by five more enviromentalists groups. NRC is being protested EVERYTIME a new license or renewal is applied for.
http://www.sanluisobispo.com/2010/08/04/1239997/nrc-will-hear-mothers-for-peace.html

ssadmin answers:

The solution is regressive. Instead of drilling for oil, building nuclear power plants and using coal to become energy independent almost overnight…they'd rather keep importing oil from Canada, Mexico, Saudi Arabia, etc. That and developing ethanol. Never mind it takes many more gallons of oil to produce just one gallon of ethanol.

Liberals use the environmental movement to kill the chance of us becoming energy independent. They want to make the leap from conventional energy use to “green energy” overnight which is impossible to do. They will not compromise at all, by agreeing to drill for oil and use conventional resources while developing new technologies.

If it was up to radical liberals, we'd all be taking trains and walking everywhere. They'd have us living without heat or air conditioning in our homes, using candle light and washing our clothes in the same river we piss in.

The progressive movement is regressive.

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