I can try this here too.
See if it helps.
Power produced into oversupply.
The price goes down.
OK, so, then what?
Purchasing power goes up.
What does that mean?
But, if I did care, then why does purchasing power go up when the price of power goes down, because power is produced in abundance?
Glad you asked.
Purchasing power goes up when power price drops as a result of power flowing like water, because power reduces the cost of production.
A few Solar Panels and an Electric Car is what - exactly?
Why don't you make sense for once?
Cost Less Transportation.
Lower fuel costs.
Lower power costs.
Nonsense, of course, in an upside down world.
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