Its like most US weapon programs. It foreign export are designed to lessen the burden of defense on the USA itself.
Doesnt matter, as I said solar is not meant to replace all or even the mayority of energy needs .And they have been addressed, peak residential is after the sun is low or not at all, commerial goes outside the peak sun hours.
BS, again EVERY energy system EVERY country has in the world doesnt run at 100% they are ALWAYS designed to be able to handle peak demand and are ALWAYS having parts to even large parts doing nothing or as you put it: "loose money"And for the 11th time that means you have to have a full blown system to take over when the solar cannot produce, is losing money.
Again I gave the numbers on the economy side for consumers of solar panels, wether or not they could do more is irrelevant. thats like not buying a car because you dont use it 100% of the time.
Currently germany has around 4% if I am not mistaken.How much of it?
Again I already gave the calculations without any subsidies and they clearly show profit, for the 10th time: why dont you say wich costs in germany extra.Yes losing money when it is not producing. There is STILL overhead to pay for and the loans and bonds that were issued to build them STILL have to be paid off.
Then 0.7% max loss (wich would be abnormal as this would put them on the brink of being replaced under warrenty)No about 20.
20 years would put the example I gave at a minimum of 85% or a non issue this will not gravely affect the income you get from them.
The initial price is lower so yes cheaper .Those aren't cheaper.
This topic is about germany I know you have lost the argument a long time ago and now want to change the debate and find some excuses to still want to bash solar panels, but there are very few trpocial storms in gemrnay or very few storms in germany that rips of roofs .One of the areas in the US
As in most european countrys they are insured with the rest of the house without any extra costs .
tornadoes are very rare in europe certainly ones powerfull enough to damage roofs. Panels are designed to withstand hail or violent storms.So not such thing as violent storms, tornadoes or hail in Germany? No one insures their homes and roofs in Germany?
And yes houses are insured but as I already said this is just included in the coverage .
Well then do give those costs, funny how you keep saying that but never give 1 example.Nope, the cost are never made up.