In 2006, Arizona Public Service gave their CEO compensation totaling just over eight million dollars.
$8,000,000 in one year to one man.
This amount could have purchased about six hundred, two thousand-watt solar electric systems.
Installing these systems could have employed fifteen people for a year.
In 2006, Arizona’s mean annual household income was $46,657.
$700,000 in income from 15 jobs.
Over their lifespan of more than three decades, these systems could have generated 73,000,000 kilowatt-hours of electricity.
The value of this electricity, in today’s dollars, is just over seven million dollars.
$7,300,000 of electricity.
The value of solar (electricity and income) could have been . . .