To Solar Carport or Not to Solar Carport, That Is the (or at Least a) Question | A. Siegel

Most people think, and most analysis occurs, in a stove-piped fashion -- thinking of issues in channels of problem and solution without consideration of second- and third-order effects. Difficult in conception and more costly in resources (whether brain cells, time or cash), narrow and constrained thinking often fosters (not just far from optimal but) simply bad decisions. This is true across virtually all of human existence. The energy arena is far from an exception to this problem. Fromnot considering lifetime electricity use when buying Christmas lights to using the "c