To: "Evan Beaver" <>, <>
Subject: Windcrofting
From: "Greg" <>
Date: Fri, 15 Sep 2006 12:15:30 +1000
Hi Evan,

It would appear that in the past the major limitation on the widespread use of solar energy in areas where there is abundant sunlight was the problem of storage of energy to cover the rainy days etc.

My present understanding is that the development of solar cells has solved this problem so that there should be no impediment, other than political, to the establishment of solar power on a large scale.

I would be interested to know if my present understanding is correct.

Greg Clancy

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