The Poor Shouldn’t Have To Bear The Cost Of Solar Power – Forbes

Economic vitality. Why arent we talking about these concepts all together? Just last month I saw the articles with photos of solar panels at a Walmart in California, and once again heard how according to the Obama Administration solar power will be an important part of our nations future energy supply. I wholeheartedly agree that we have to diversify our energy resources and find ways to move to cleaner supply sources. And, if the result is less pollution, who would be opposed? I believe, however, that we must be both smart and holistic in our approach. I also think that we cant bemoan income inequality while at the same time adopting energy policies that put low-income and middle-income families in worse economic shape.
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