Ayer cuts solar power deal to six months

Ayer cuts solar power deal to six months

There are 6 comments on the Lowell Sun story from Feb 3, 2011, titled Ayer cuts solar power deal to six months. In it, Lowell Sun reports that:

Selectmen cut a one-year deal to purchase solar power down to six months this week, to match a deal the town of Winchendon signed with the same partnership.

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winchendon taxpayer

Fitchburg, MA

#1 Feb 4, 2011
what no comments? is everyone sleeping or just complacent with corruption?
LMAO

Irvington, KY

#2 Feb 4, 2011
These systems have little to do with the Enviroment, it's about Money, who makes it and who pays. First you have to recruit someone that wants to have Solar Power, not hard to do today and be willing to play a game. It has nothing to do with Solar Power, thats just the cover for the real game. These systems are leased or sold on some kind of a conditional contract.

This is called a long con. The same game was played with Computer Leasing during the Dot.com bubble. If someone pitches you one of these deals, run like hell.

It works like this. You start a Solar Investment Company, one part is out selling the contracts and Installing the systems and service. The other part where the action is, you have General Partners and You sell Limited Partnerships. The LP's are recruited by stock brokers across the country. You put up $10-$20,000 and get 3-5% interest on that amount, they'll pay the interest and you think the principle will be coming back in part ownership of the company or the end of your agreement. Meanwhile it's being sucked away by the GP's. The company's are set up where the GP's make all the money and get all the Government Funding. Once they milk out all the Profit and Assets, 5-7 years they liquidate the company and everyone else is left holding the bag with Zero. It's a classic pyramid
winchendon taxpayer

Fitchburg, MA

#3 Feb 4, 2011
LMAO wrote:
These systems have little to do with the Enviroment, it's about Money, who makes it and who pays. First you have to recruit someone that wants to have Solar Power, not hard to do today and be willing to play a game. It has nothing to do with Solar Power, thats just the cover for the real game. These systems are leased or sold on some kind of a conditional contract.
This is called a long con. The same game was played with Computer Leasing during the Dot.com bubble. If someone pitches you one of these deals, run like hell.
It works like this. You start a Solar Investment Company, one part is out selling the contracts and Installing the systems and service. The other part where the action is, you have General Partners and You sell Limited Partnerships. The LP's are recruited by stock brokers across the country. You put up $10-$20,000 and get 3-5% interest on that amount, they'll pay the interest and you think the principle will be coming back in part ownership of the company or the end of your agreement. Meanwhile it's being sucked away by the GP's. The company's are set up where the GP's make all the money and get all the Government Funding. Once they milk out all the Profit and Assets, 5-7 years they liquidate the company and everyone else is left holding the bag with Zero. It's a classic pyramid
I like what you have to say. In your opinion, do you believe that Mr. Krielder is pulling a con on these towns and will end up making money from this "deal"? very curious to what you think?
LMAO

Irvington, KY

#4 Feb 4, 2011
winchendon taxpayer wrote:
<quoted text>I like what you have to say. In your opinion, do you believe that Mr. Krielder is pulling a con on these towns and will end up making money from this "deal"? very curious to what you think?
You have to follow the money. These systems are not free, someone will be making lot's off of them. They have to recruit the local people to set the hook.

http://www.renewableenergyworld.com/rea/partn...
LMAO

Irvington, KY

#5 Feb 4, 2011
Take note, it's in States with a Solar Welfare system.

With SunRun financing homeowners in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Massachusetts and California can simply pay for their solar power monthly with a low, fixed rate, saving thousands of dollars in future utility bills, without a high upfront cost.
Bacon Hill

Wellesley, MA

#6 Feb 5, 2011
Someday we will figure out how to make electricity on a big scale and ship it to our homes?

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