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    A "monthly cost" (Score: 1)
    by chipotle_pickle on Sunday, November 09, 2003 @ 11:08:22 EST
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    The right way to compute a monthly cost is to figure out how much would have to be paid every month, if it was to be paid for monthly. As if you were leasing it. That's simple. Rather than showing the formulas, I point people to a mortgage calculator where they can run the numbers for themselves with whatever interest rates they assume.

    Baldy, for that month where you had a $200 electric bill, what do you think was your average peak usage on any day? 5kW, 10kW? You see the problem with assuming a 1kW device will solve your power needs. I point out the undersizing error, the rosy assumption about the price for fuel cells, and the omission of an inverter that get them off by roughly a factor of 10.

    It takes a lot of coffee to cheer me up Baldy. But here is how you could help more than that, start showing where there are errors in my posts. Find a 5-10 kW inverter suitable for a home that costs much less than $1000/kW. Find a fuel cell on the market today that costs less than $4k/kW. Show me facts and figures.

    Have you gone back and read Anthony's posts yet? Do you see anything strange with Anthony buying shares in the company that owns the Edison device back in 2001, and GWE now saying that they own the Edison device and have no shareholders? Maybe Anthony is the one who needs the hug.

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    • Re: A by Anonymous on Sunday, November 09, 2003 @ 17:42:09 EST


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