Local Solar Co-op Power Grids?

With large power companies on one side and individual home owners with rooftop and wall solar power systems the tension has been between the rates of sales of private solar powered electricity to the grid vs the harm that does to corporate utility profit from losing monopolization of sales. Yet the dynamic pattern of electrical flow could change; their could be neighborhood solar power grids where the homes with solar connect and share to other homes in the local grid.


Local co-op power grids could pay for their wiring up in several ways and continue to receive auxiliary power from large power corporations. There should be numerous ways of letting individual Americans supply their own electricity and even from it from it wiring the directions and ownership flows of electrical power along with the wiring schemes for the flow and velocity of money.

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