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Solar Micro-inverter - History - Price Issues
... of this period, panels were generally around $2.00 to $2.50/W, and inverters around 50 to 65 cents/W ... By the end of 2012, panels were widely available in wholesale at 65 to 70 cents, and string inverters around 30 to 35 cents/W ... have proven relatively immune to these same sorts of price declines, moving from about 65 cents/W to 50 to 55 once cabling is factored in ...
Tonality Flux
... indicates an approximate quarter-tone sharp) by Note name ratio cents interval name G 1/1 0 Just major third B 5/4 386 moving to Note name ratio cents interval name name ratio cents G 55/54 32 Just minor third G. 1/1, a 7 lowers a pitch from a just intonation value by 35/36, or 48.77 cents an upside-down 7 raises a pitch by the same amount ... chord is a major triad and, relative to G, contains the notes 8/7 (231 cents above G), 10/7 (617 cents), and 12/7 (933 cents) the second chord is a minor triad comprising the pitches 7/6 (267 cents), 7/5 (583 ...
Common Cents
... Common Cents is a national educational, not-for-profit organization, which specializes in creating and managing service-learning programs for young people between the ages of four and 14 ... Common Cent's most popular and best known program is The Penny Harvest, the largest child philanthropy program in the United States ... Other Common Cents programs include the Student Community Action Fund (a high school leadership council.) ...
Cents, Luxembourg
... Cents (Luxembourgish Zens) is a quarter in eastern Luxembourg City, in southern Luxembourg. ...
Solar Power In California - Los Angeles County
... a program on January 11, 2013 to pay up to 17 cents/kWh for electricity generated by up to 100 MW of solar power in a feed-in tariff program ... MW 20 ... MW Tier Available Small systems Feed in tariff 10 ... MW 2 MW 17 cents/kWh 25 ... MW 5 MW 16 cents/kWh 50 ... MW 10 MW 15 cents/kWh 75 ... MW 15 MW 14 cents/kWh 100 ... MW 20 MW 13 cents/kWh ...

Famous quotes containing the word cents:

    [When asked: “If women voted, would they not have to sit on juries?”:] Many women would be glad of a chance to sit on anything. There are women who stand up and wash six days in the week at 75 cents a day who would like to take a vacation and sit on a jury at $1.50.
    Anna Howard Shaw (1847–1919)

    A woman’s two cents worth is worth two cents in the music business.
    Loretta Lynn (b. 1930)

    The man possessed of a dollar, feels himself to be not merely one hundred cents richer, but also one hundred cents better, than the man who is penniless; so on through all the gradations of earthly possessions—the estimate of our own moral and political importance swelling always in a ratio exactly proportionate to the growth of our purse.
    Frances Wright (1795–1852)