Skip to comments.Kyocera Solar to cut San Diego workers (another Solyndra?)
Posted on 04/25/2013 5:58:19 AM PDT by FreeAtlanta
The total San Diego County workforce for various Kyocera subsidiaries after the cuts will be 625...
...One reason cited for the downturn in orders for U.S.-made panels is the conclusion of stimulus funding through the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act...
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Kyo cera, cera.
Well, I am stunned by this revelation(sarc). I don’t guess we will ever get the solar and wind BS off our backs. Until the tech gets where it’s as dependable as the, so called fossil fuels, we’ll be forced to subsidize this crap. Wind mill/bird slicer,dicers are a threat to my “view shed”. Think I would win that one? Not a chance. Solar? Not efficient enough unless you are doing it on your own single family dwelling with no line loss for transmission distances. And you live in a really sunny place. Plus, the solar arrays cover so much acreage that they bother my “view shed” also.
So jobs went to Mexico? That's a first. /s
Well, at least they should have some sharp knives to cut them with :)
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