Viktor
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Re: Colorado

Tue Dec 18, 2012 9:32 am

I've looked on Sanyo HIT panels also - But the price appears to be way up there - at around 4$ per Watt :shock: Those panels are also not available currently - being replaced wit "superior product" ;)

Lumos is cheaper on solarpanelstore.com - but I don't see 250 series panels there. I had talked to their Boulder office today - they would not sell it to tHe owner :?

Should we try and combine our projects - might get higher discount? Where in CO are U?

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Re: Colorado

Sun Dec 30, 2012 8:38 pm

Viktor wrote:Lumos is cheaper on solarpanelstore.com - but I don't see 250 series panels there. I had talked to their Boulder office today - they would not sell it to tHe owner :?

Should we try and combine our projects - might get higher discount? Where in CO are U?
I was referred Lighthouse Solar by Lumos as a local installer. They are working on a quote for my patio. Initial estimate was $50K for 8KW.
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Viktor
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Re: Colorado

Sun Dec 30, 2012 11:05 pm

Solar city is too expensive - I got a quote for 30+ k for 7.2k system - not sure how much can I trust the guy so. PM'd U already

Viktor
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Re: Colorado

Sun Dec 30, 2012 11:11 pm

Florian guy gave me a local installer - they were at my house Friday - should have some numbers in a week or so. So far I found 3 panels - Lumos (I like the best), Sanyo (in the process of being acquired by Panasonic - panels are still available so - but through the authorized contractors) and apparently Prizm solar was just approved - those are transparent ones - good for patio install.

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Re: Colorado

Thu Jan 03, 2013 12:52 pm

Looks like the new CO rebate information is out. Hasn't really changed except they seemed to have removed the Volt:

http://www.colorado.gov/cs/Satellite?bl ... inary=true" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;
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Re: Colorado

Fri Jan 04, 2013 2:26 pm

AndyLL wrote:Looks like the new CO rebate information is out. Hasn't really changed except they seemed to have removed the Volt:

http://www.colorado.gov/cs/Satellite?bl ... inary=true" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;

Does anybody know what value should go in line 1 of the above ?

Vehicle cost at the time of the lease

Viktor
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Re: Colorado

Sun Jan 27, 2013 12:23 pm

It appears that my map for charging stations in CO only shows Nissan dealerships - is it something wrong with my update option or everybdody have the same problem? Been to Park Meadow yesterday - they have that nice Tesla charging stations on the first floor of the garage - can we use them to charge Leaf?

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Re: Colorado

Sun Jan 27, 2013 1:58 pm

Viktor wrote:It appears that my map for charging stations in CO only shows Nissan dealerships - is it something wrong with my update option or everybdody have the same problem? Been to Park Meadow yesterday - they have that nice Tesla charging stations on the first floor of the garage - can we use them to charge Leaf?
Is there an update option? For my purposes the fact that the car remembers where it charged and puts those places on the map is helpful.

If the Nissan maps don't have current info, you can give plugshare.com a try (and add or annotate stations on it as you find them).
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Viktor
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Re: Colorado

Thu Feb 07, 2013 9:12 am

Just testing waters - I am trying to figure out whether someone is willing to take over my 2012 SL Leaf lease - I am considering getting myself RAV4 EV. It's 175$ total a month for 22 remaining months, I had it for 2 month with 2200 miles on it.

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Re: Colorado

Sun Feb 10, 2013 11:55 pm

Viktor wrote:Just testing waters - I am trying to figure out whether someone is willing to take over my 2012 SL Leaf lease - I am considering getting myself RAV4 EV. It's 175$ total a month for 22 remaining months, I had it for 2 month with 2200 miles on it.
Viktor, did you lease you car through NMAC (your car registration may possibly show Nissan-Infiniti LT as the lessor)?

If so, be advised that even if you can find someone to take over your lease, NMAC will still hold you responsible for the payments, even if NMAC approves the new lessee for your car.

The only early way out of the contract (that isn't illegal) that truly leaves you free and clear is to convert the lease into a purchase and have someone buy the car for what NMAC wants. On a car as new as yours, it will basically be the Adjusted Capitalized Cost (purchase price, minus any cash down payment and any incentives such as the $7500 Federal rebate, and any manufacturer and/or dealer incentives), minus perhaps any payments you already made.
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