1. "could be producing...."
2. "on the verge..."
3. "If,....it probably could..."
4. "gas given the go ahead..."
7. " theoretically..."
The article is nothing more than wishful thinking. Until there is a technical breakthrough in photovoltaics that dramatically raises efficient conversion of the sun's rays, solar will continue to need massive government subsidies to expand, as in #10 where China may invest $200 million in Jordan's nascent solar program, that is a market subsidy to keep its solar panel factories at full production while expanding its political footprint.
Google the author, he is no expert on energy.
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