Most household solar systems cost $ 30,000, and are minimally effective during winter months in certain regions.
At $ 30,000, and in the most ideal regions, it would take over 35 years (not including holding and maintenance cost) for a solar system to break even cost wise, and at the break even point exceeds the useful life of the system.
Therefore, the only way a solar system is affordable, is with massive government subsidies – and because the government is broke, those subsidies are unsustainable and impractical for converting residential power use to solar.
Therefore, it would seem the only conclusion is, that solar power is unsustainable
Agree or disagree?
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