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Is it time to reap that (energy) harvest?

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re: Is it time to reap that (energy) harvest?
kicker24   11/24/2009 2:00:03 PM
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Why to look so critical on these data? They present nothing. From nothing there can be no criticism. Everything presented on the plot has no scale and even description below "Product Life Cycle Curve.." can be left without the rest. It's valid almost for everything. There is no absolutely no new information given. What I like most is the "Market Share" curve. There is no evidence what technology will be an alternative to share the market with. I see none. For me it will stay always at 100% level. Whether you have it or not. Definitely it's a useful technology and one can use it where everything else won't work. It has a future. But I see no qualified market research, just blah-blah-blah.

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