daromer said:1kW of solar varies ALOT based on location
This one should be able to calculate in your area what you should be able to produce on average: http://www.pvfitcalculator.energysavingtrust.org.uk/
BrianDrury said:PVOutput has a number of sites in London. This link should show you the live output from a 2kW system. The output power is linear so for a 2kW system simply divide by two. https://pvoutput.org/list.jsp?id=15344&sid=13216
https://pvoutput.org/list.jsp?id=15344&sid=13216
daromer said:There is plenty of sites to calculate. For instance i get at MOST 10% during the winter season compare to summer due to how I have it angled here.
daromer said:Could be possible but then I loose 1 row for each roof since they will shade each other. So I might get more but at same time not that much more. In winter we have perhaps 1-2 hours at most in terms of sun compare to summer where we have 6+hours. The lower the sun stands the less energy is transfered in.
For next year I will have 6 panels on a moving stand that will follow the sun. Hope to raise the winter electricity somewhat.
daromer said:Thats why i feed in more during the summer. That gets me more money back than tilting and loosing 20% of the total amount of panels. Note that I have them on my roof
daromer said:For next year I will have 6 panels on a moving stand that will follow the sun. Hope to raise the winter electricity somewhat.