Principal Solar Examines Solutions for the Texas Energy Shortage, Offers …

July 27, 2012 by  
Filed under Solar Energy Tips

DALLAS–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Principal
Solar, Inc.
(PSI; OTC Pink: PSWW),
a publicly traded solar energy holding company executing a unique
roll-up strategy to create the world’s first distributed solar utility,
today announced the release of its White Paper, “Solutions
for the Texas Energy Shortage
.” Authored by Ron Seidel, PE, PSI
Board of Directors, the paper examines strategies for spurring
generation development to meet Texas’ growing energy demands.

“Another solution involves a
capacity market that operates to ensure that sufficient generating
capacity is available to meet peak loads.”

“The market could be allowed to operate as designed, with no caps, or
sufficiently high caps,” says Seidel. “Another solution involves a
capacity market that operates to ensure that sufficient generating
capacity is available to meet peak loads.”

As a long-term solution, the impact of a shift from traditional to solar
power on the Texas economy could be significant.

Seidel adds, “Currently, without a capacity component in the market,
there is not sufficient financial incentive to encourage building
new power plants.”

About Principal Solar

Principal
Solar, Inc.
(PSI; OTC
Pink
: PSWW)
is a publicly traded solar energy holding company executing a unique
roll-up strategy to create the world’s first distributed solar utility.
PSI concentrates its resources on the acquisition, finance,
development and management of solar power companies. The
Principal Solar Institute
, an educational organization created by
Principal Solar, Inc., is dedicated to spreading solar knowledge to the
critical stakeholders in the ongoing energy debate. Visit www.PrincipalSolar.com.

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