“A poster, who goes by t, has come up with some of the funniest reasons against solar power and has repeatedly use them in the past against solar panels, solar powerplants,”
Solar power plants are great to a certain point.
If EVERYONE had solar panels on their roofs, there wouldn’t be any need for any grid solar installations or companies spending billions to put in solar panels. Every house hold need would be met with solar. That is, until very cloudy snowy days over multiple states where power generation fell to near zero. then what?
Oh, and all those home solar panels produce ZERO power at night. So until you have the ability to store GIGWATT HOURS of electricity from solar, enough for a week of stormy weather with no sun, you got a problem. Especially if the winds die down. Then what?
Oh, right - every home owner, after spending $20,000 on solar panels, now has to spend another $20,000 on batteries to power his/her house at night.
Now…if everyone put solar on their houses, the power companies would probably pay them zero for the power they produce, since Gigawatts of grid solar was available and there was no one to take all the solar power. No market for it - during the day. You’d get nothing for power produced above what your house needed.
Every utility is scrambling to build (and get the tax credits) for Gigawatts and gigawatts of solar power. At the rate it is going in, there won’t be a need or market for home solar.
You’d be a lot better super insulating your house, putting in triple pane windows, better doors, even more insulation in attics…then spending it on solar panels for your roof.