JasonA wrote:If I follow your path of 3.5 years I'll be just at 50mwH but I've got a little something else now!
A whole garage filled with Unirac, Fronius inverter and all the trimmings and all the goodies to hook it up.. and a NICE BIG pallet of Solarworld 245 mono's that are supposed to be delivered here shortly. So is 90140 and Phil.. we all went in together.
So I'm adding another 3kwH to my setup..(Remember 14.3mwH is my 1year output)
I really wanted to do Enphase but they are too damn pricey now. Even QueenBee tried to help out!
Damn CA taxes and such
PV withdrawal symptoms.QueenBee wrote:It's been too long since I've installed any solar PV. A year since my last upgrade and now I'm producing more than I consume so I've having to work hard to convince family friends that they need PV too.
After 17 months, 11 days, the system has now crossed over 75 MWh:RegGuheert wrote:As such, the system should produce each additional 50 MWh in less than three years.
Since the last 25 MWh took 17.5 months with only one summer, I expect the next 25 MWh to take about 16 months, meaning the system will cross 100 MWh in early September next year.RegGuheert wrote:That means it should cross the 100 MWh mark sometime in 2017.
Right on schedule, the system crossed the 100 MWh threshold today:RegGuheert wrote:Since the last 25 MWh took 17.5 months with only one summer, I expect the next 25 MWh to take about 16 months, meaning the system will cross 100 MWh in early September next year.