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Quinton Candelaria English 102 Dr. Skeen 3 May 2010 Solar Energy; the Savior and Saver Dear Mr. Jaime Dimon, I am writing to you about an urgent issue that involves your company, Chase Bank, and our planet. I am sure that you are used to people writing to you all the time about how you should change the things you invest in like the global-harming coal industry and other products. But I would like to discuss a different topic that regards your business decisions; solar energy. It is well known that you are an investor in coal energy and do not take any concern to support any forms of clean energy. I would like to take this chance to fill you in on any information about solar energy that you perhaps are not aware of. I understand that most businesses in Phoenix currently do not have the kind of money to spend on expensive solar panels and installation or to “go green” in the first place. Although everyone might be aware that it could save them money down the road, the initial high price is hard to commit to. On top of that, solar energy is not 100% reliable and can be affected by weather and pollution especially in large, polluted cities like Phoenix. In other cases, some businesses might be shadowed by larger buildings or landscape that could also affect the productivity of solar panels. Business owners like yourself truly have the best interest of their company in mind and would do whatever it takes to make it run as smooth and efficient as possible. However, the high price of going green is not always the best business choice. It is
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