Genre: Country
Phone: 308-381-1430
Fax: 308-382-6701
Address: P.O. BOX 404 Grand Island, Nebraska 51601
Company Name: Legacy Communications, LLC

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  1. Yeimy

    Vangel, aren’t you the idiot who actually, suolresiy believes in the ridiculous myth of profitable solar power?No. Solar is a scam and would die quickly without massive subsidies. It is only appropriate for niche applications that are relatively few in number.I’m will to make a bet that shale-based oil will be a profitable business BEFORE solar power is, if subsidies are removed from the profit numbers.I agree that solar is a much less economic process than shale. Some shale companies could do very well as long as they stick to the sweet spots in core areas. But the shale industry is not really profitable and destroying capital just as the solar industry. If you want energy look to coal and nuclear. I’m not sure it can become fully profitable, but apparently some people with lots of money — all of it their own — think otherwise, so I’m far more willing to bet WITH them than against them.Well, I talk to geologists and producers on a regular basis. They point out that knowing who THEM is can far trickier than you think. My preference is to invest based on fundamentals. Right now anyone who chooses shale over coal is a fool. I’ll take the OTHER side of solar, though. It will NEVER, EVER be profitable at all without massive subsidization by the government, on not only the development end, but also the production/manufacturing end and the consumer/user end. I could not agree more. Solar is a destroyer of capital and only kept alive by subsidies and mandates. Take them away and the industry is toast. But that does not mean that we should put our money in shale.

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