yeah I already knew you weren't endorsing a commercial product; we all here do express impartially and share the same disdain for spam. But it was curiously interesting to note(was it just me?) that while Bloomberg and Tesla are not related(as far as I know) the article did feel, at times, like it had the tone of a promotional ad. Dunno, maybe the Bloomberg author was a little too "into it"?
Their biggest market won't be around where I am(BC). We don't get enough sun to make it worth it. On the other hand, we get a lot of rain which loads up the watersheds so 90% of our power is from hydroelectric. Might be more useful though, in the more isolated areas off the main provincial grid. In those cases, solar, wind, fossil, and geothermal sources would be more applicable.
Personally, I like the idea of my own personal mini-nuke plant. Realistically though, too expensive compared to current alternatives, and ain't nobody gonna survive the paper-work process that would entail.
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