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LETTERS: Rooftop solar can flourish, if we allow it

MIT professor Richard Schmalensee's commentary about utility-scale solar misses the point ("It's time to supersize," Jan. 17 Review-Journal). Everyone knows that initially, technology costs more. It is entrepreneurs and pioneers who reach out and ultimately push that technology forward, making it economically feasible.

LETTERS: Taxpayer-backed Ex-Im Bank pads profits for large corporations

Mehul R. Mehta, plant manager of the GE Engine Service facility in North Las Vegas, believes the U.S. Export-Import Bank is vital to GE and other companies and that without it, they would not be able to compete with foreign companies. He points out that 60 other countries have similar taxpayer-subsidized banks ("Nevada's congressional delegation must support Ex-Im Bank," July 30 Review-Journal).