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Please tell me why would anyone buy your redeemable units, and at what price. Who decides to sell them at 30 or at 50? Who buys them, and why?

If your idea is to have a government-run pool, isn't is a lot easier to have a government-run electricity operator that builds windfarms and distributes power to consumers at society-favorable prices?

And the only risk, which is pretty much known these days, is the development risk.

No, there's the operational risk, ther's the price risk, there's theregulatory change risk, there's the fraud risk, etc... How do you deal with these? ie who takes a loss if they happen, and how can they mitigate it?

Please give me an exemple for my turbine, telling me who buys what at what price and gets what in return. In particular, given that the actual number of kWh produced in a year in unknown, and that the value of the kWh each year is unknown, how are either kWh or revenues shared, according to the volume available.

Be concrete, please.

In the long run, we're all dead. John Maynard Keynes

by Jerome a Paris (etg@eurotrib.com) on Sat Jan 19th, 2008 at 06:54:32 AM EST
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