I hardly call a business building it's own dam to generate their own power as disproving what I've said. Why did they get to use a natural resource to power themselves instead of where you live? What exactly is your source of power? I wouldn't call Nuclear green energy as you still have to deal with the waste product. Also nuclear is more expensive than coal or natural gas.There is some private industry near me that did build their own private damp to power themselve decades ago, which seem to be an example of one of a greener form of energy fully compatible with capitalism, some form of Nuclear (pretty much the greenest we can have now, at least from a global warming point of view) can also be fully compatible with capitalism.
Sure but what does the consumer get out of this? You still pay an electric bill, but instead to the solar power supplier. From my experience they still require payment as well, and not a small one either.In the best region, on the best roof for it, you can even have solar panel now you can even have a company installing them, paying themselve with a profit simply by taking a percentage of the electricity bill saving on the client, without the client ever having to pay a cent from their pockets.
Right now a lot of people are losing their homes due to COVID, so a lot of people aren't too interested in solar power on a home they're about to lose. Again the product of capitalism. The up front cost of solar is also prohibitive. My neighbor got it and he spent $25k for it, and it'll take him 10+ years to pay for the installation. He also doesn't have a power wall either, so when the grid goes down, so does his solar power.If a greener form of energy end up being actually efficient, it will be fully be compatible with capitalism, if it is not compatible with capitalism (in term of energy density, usualbilty, cost) we are in giant trouble and it will have nothing to do with capitalism or not, regardless of the system if a form of energy does not have the density to sustain modern life, it will not be able to sustain modern life and the economical system cannot change anything to that, and a form of energy able to sustain modern life style will have by definition value and will fit in the capitalism system I would think.
Ideally we should all have solar power on every home but who's going to pay for it? Nobody is going to spend over $10k to get solar that has no benefit to them for many years, if not decades.