14 March, 2018, 12:00 am
THE article in the FT (13/3) that FEA’s domestic customers can divest own shares when the company joins the stock exchange is quite interesting.
However, I believe there is still no electricity in lots of places and FEA is rather slowly growing.
In remote areas where farming is the business of the day, I wonder why people don’t form their own power supply business and use green energy, such as the sun, wind and water to power up.
With all that yaqona sold and hefty profits made, I wonder where all the money goes besides in cars. One could form a co-operative with the aim to produce food and goods and provide their own electricity.
All members also have the opportunity to get their homes connected so one can run more than just lights and charge mobile phones. Food for thought?