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May 6, 2011 3:26 PM CST
Name: Steve
Prescott, AZ
That's a good looking lamp. I have a chandelier that uses ten sixty watt incandescent lamps. I joke that I can keep the food on the table warm with it. That's going to be one of the next places to conserve - maybe one of the first places to install LED lights here. As it is now, it's turned on maybe six hours per year. Are your LED lights dimmable?

BTW my TED software is saying I'll generate $150 worth of electricity this month. And if this were typical of the system performance, the return on investment would be closer to 18% than 12%. That's a great return under any financial conditions. Especially when there's little speculative component. Sometime in July I'll measure the total kWh on the special meter provided and see how we did.

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