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Bloomberg has reported, citing Tesla CEO, Elon Musk, that the automaker is planning to pay back its government loans in five years or less, well ahead of its scheduled 10-year pay back period.
The PTI leader also argued Shahbaz Sharif what yearly subsidies were planned for the project and what was the public pay back period.
Ed Marsh, technical manager for EnviroEnergy Systems, said: "We design and install green energy systems that are tailor made to individual requirements to give the lowest possible pay back periods.
Amlaki" grants clients a competitive interest rate with a flexible pay back period up to 10 years.
With efficiencies three to four times that of today's solar products, this milestone highlights the potential for commercial solar installations to have pay back periods of less than three years, compared to the decade or so long ROI we are seeing today," said Buelow.
Some solar technology has a pay back period of around 25 years, not very encouraging when the technology itself may only have a life of 30 years at best.
The savings have met the pay back period than was committed to in the purchase proposal and in so doing have increased cash flow to the company.
The three-metre high turbines have a five-year pay back period and Mr Anderson called on firms to sign up for "free" electricity in five years time.