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Do you have any type of energy storage devices in that system?
Very impressive! That solar array is absolutely huge! Of course, I bet all these toys cost way more than I would be able to plunk down. 🙂
Great video. Would like to see more like this or more in-depth look.
Great video, however kW != kWh.When charging a Volt at 240V, it draws 3300W or 3.3kW. The amount of energy it takes to fully recharge the Volt from empty is about 12kWh. See the difference?
kWh is measurement of energy, kW is unit if power.
Where in Connecticut are you? And did you participate in a Solarize program? I'm a solar ambassador for solarize Brookfield. Got any advice????
My 3.6KW system supplies all my electricity plus a surplus, (5 years). However I live in sunny southern New Mexico, and we're rated at 6.2 sun hours per day here. When I get an EV, I'll have to expand my system, or start paying.
Very nice install and GREAT collection of videos. I'm also in Connecticut. Wondering if you or any of your viewers have any experience with a DIY solar installation and obtaining net metering for it. It seems as though the state favors commercial contractors. Is it possible for a homeowner to self-install a system, get it inspected and approved for net metering?
why kind of solar panel is those? they don't look like the usual ones with white spacing between the cells.
how much did that system cost you
My Lg panels (19 panels ) are producing 10,300 kWh yearly. Are u sure u are only producing 5k kWh per year?
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