Cuba's 1st solar farm a step toward r...

Cuba's 1st solar farm a step toward renewables

There are 8 comments on the The News Tribune story from Aug 1, 2013, titled Cuba's 1st solar farm a step toward renewables. In it, The News Tribune reports that:

In this July 17, 2013 photo, workers are framed by solar panels at Cuba's first solar farm in Cantara.

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edju

Saint Petersburg, FL

#1 Aug 1, 2013
nothing to hook it up to, comrade!
Don from Canada T

Severn, Canada

#5 Aug 1, 2013
edju wrote:
nothing to hook it up to, comrade!
What a stupid comment! They do have electricity, goof.
Gordo maRioconson

Lafayette, NJ

#6 Aug 2, 2013
marikon

Since: Mar 13

Location hidden

#7 Aug 3, 2013
Good, another financial drain on their already decrepit economy.

So they cut down acres and acres of ecologically important forest to put up an unreliable power supply. Yup, that's a boon to the future of the world alrighty![rolls eyes]
Don from Canada T

Severn, Canada

#8 Aug 3, 2013
KitemanSA wrote:
Good, another financial drain on their already decrepit economy.
So they cut down acres and acres of ecologically important forest to put up an unreliable power supply. Yup, that's a boon to the future of the world alrighty![rolls eyes]
Obviously, you didn't read the article, my friend.
Read it and you will see where it is actually located.
Standard American BS. Talk first, think afterwards.

Since: Mar 13

Location hidden

#9 Aug 3, 2013
Rural land unfit for farming. And? Note the plan for several more? All in rural land unfit for farming? Conversely, what made it unfit? Cutting down tropical forest to try planting and...

Just consider the comment a generalized gripe about the excessive use of land area for practically useless energy sources.
koto

Sunnyvale, CA

#10 Aug 3, 2013
KitemanSA wrote:
Rural land unfit for farming. And? Note the plan for several more? All in rural land unfit for farming? Conversely, what made it unfit? Cutting down tropical forest to try planting and...
Just consider the comment a generalized gripe about the excessive use of land area for practically useless energy sources.
If it's not good for farming, what's your problem ? Solar is not useless. You statement is proven wrong every day,world wide.

“El mojon cherokee culipardo”

Since: Jun 13

tinsnip= defiantOne gilipollas

#11 Aug 4, 2013
Don from Canada T wrote:
<quoted text> Obviously, you didn't read the article, my friend.
Read it and you will see where it is actually located.
Standard American BS. Talk first, think afterwards.
CG, castro's sponsored G2 agent, be queit!

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