Real-world solar power output data

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Real-world solar power output data

I am gathering some real-world test data to determine cost/kwhr for solar energy generation.

Bought a Watts Up meter off ebay, 2 solar panels. So far I only have rough ballpark figures of "about 5 hrs of rated panel power / day". That just ain't good enough.

Anyone got any solar power generation data?

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Re: Real-world solar power output data

` ;)
As they use to say, Go to the EV DownLoad Library there are some Renewable Energy Articles there.
Are you following the Sun?
We all probably need to learn more about Solar if we're ever going to get our EV's off the Grid, Chas excluded he's already there.

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Re: Real-world solar power output data

Awesome! Didn't see those before. Great work on the download library.

I'm sorry if linking the products I bought above is against rules or something, do they need to be taken off? If so thats cool with me.

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