4 does have a grain of truth. A day of rest is a good idea.
I think the biggest cost is labor to run the fiber. Once you have that it is easy to upgrade the end points to get the gigabits speeds when you change out the end points.
I don't think labor is going to get cheaper.
Cliff Young did an ultramarthon for 5 days 14 hours without sleep at 61
Is it biomass in general?
I mean look at brazil's bio-ethanol from sugar.
Night of the Doctor has the regeneration from Paul McGann to John Hurt
He remembered the fez but not meeting himself. I.E He remembered up to but not including meeting the future doctor.
Could be Australia or some other commonwealth country. (I add Australia as we also had a female PM)
The 140 employers are offset by the new employers at the expanded business.
1st the maintenance and replacement costs would subtract from the profit. So the $5/hour is pure profit.
2nd how do you go from $10/hour profit by yourself to $15/hour($10 to the employer + $5 to you ) profit when you hire people
3rd the extra $580/hour does not disappear but stays within the company building a savings.
The problem with that is people who only want to work part time are forced to work full time. Alternatively they make everyone overtime workers.
And possibly the renewable energy certificates which contribute ~1c/kwh to the wholesale cost.
Although now the FIT is only 8c/kwh instead of the 30c/kwh retail.
20% is the cost to generate the electricity(not 10%) 51% is the cost to move the electricity.
71% would be the price paid without any of the green schemes.
Most of the extra cost is the grid was predicted to use a lot more then was used. So the grid has to payback the investment,
From the $54
$27.50 network costs
$10.80 energy efficiency (and FITs which does not effect the cost of purchasing)
$10.80 to generate the electricity
$4.86 Carbon Tax.
Here in Australia if you use 1.5kw for 4 hours a day you would pay $54
Using a 10 year 8% loan that repayment would be $4000
http://www.lowenergydevelopments.com.au/1.5kW-Complete-Installation-Kit-Tin-roof-Tilt-Frame is 2,750 leaving $1000 to pay for installation.
That is assuming you have 1.5kw of usage for the 4 hours during the day for solar to offset.
How many acres are taken up by the users of the power from the power stations?