The disruptive potential of solar power
11 April 2014
Disruptive Potential

A recent study by global management consulting company McKinsey & Co. has recognised the potential of solar power to be a game-changer in the electricity industry. While this is nothing new to PowerSmart and our satisfied customers, this article iterates the competitiveness of solar with traditional power-generation technologies such as coal, and natural gas. With technology advancing, prices decreasing and installation numbers growing, the disruptive potential of solar power will have long term impacts for residential customers and business executives alike. Harnessing the power of the sun will be a main component of the next generation of resource related services, and now is the time for industry to take note.



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We are delighted to be supplementing our existing renewable energy supply, which already incorporates solar water heating, wind and biological initiatives with solar PV electricity. This will certainly assist us achieve our ultimate goal of self-sufficiency.”

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