Filed under: cold, harvest, machines, science, solar power, winter | Tags: cold, electric production, electricity, machines, power production, science, solar power, winter
It was a bit over a month ago that I wrote about my Solar Voltaic project, well it’s now official, I’m on the grid.
Here’s a picture of the screen on one of my inverters. The numbers tell how much electricity is being produced at different intervals. The picture was taken at 5 p.m. so the sun was low and power production was declining. The graph shows the production at different hours of the day. Today’s production was much better with abundant sun than yesterday’s cloudy which still produced some power.
With only 10 hours of winter sun I do not have much opportunity to produce electricity, but the collectors work better when the days are cold. We’ll see how electric production changes with longer, warmer days. Stay tuned.
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