Credibly promising to be irresponsible...since 2004!
They just can't go on the roof at all. So they have to let the fire burn: http://www.cnbc.com/id/101012540This is interesting. I didn't realize the cells can't be turned off. http://www.fireengineering.com/articles/print/volume-162/issue-1/features/the-impact-of-solar-energy-on-firefighting.htmlNo wonder no fireman has been injured. They have to stand back and let the building burn to the ground. All they can do is try to protect the surrounding buildings. I wonder what this does to fire insurance, since they can't put the fires OUT?
It is because sun is made out of their mortal enemy, fire.
I am pretty sure there is plenty of middle ground between "can't go on the roof" and "let the building burn to the ground".
I read the article and still don't understand why they are a danger. If the circuit is opened, how can electricity keep flowing?
That peace dividend sure looks to be a long time in coming. But we’ve had some remarkable developments in the last few months. solar panels for your home
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