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There is no good way to store solar energy

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Posted: Thursday, January 10, 2013 12:00 am

Gray Kries states he has been researching the sun for 40 years ("Solar energy would fulfill the world's energy needs," published on Dec. 22, 2012) and makes me wonder what he has discovered other than it's hot. He continues his slog by saying don't blame Obama or the government for the Solyndra mess — who else is there?

Sounds like Kries could do some research himself by explaining how to store energy to be used at 2:30 a.m. Perhaps by parking your old cars in the street there would be enough room in your garage to store 10,000 AAA rechargeable batteries? I know all there is to know about solar — sun shines, you get power. At zero-dark thirty, you don't.

Ed Walters


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