1012 things to love about solar power

Meter reading on day 37 of production

Meter reading on day 37 of production

Today, we surpassed 1,000 kWhs of solar production! This took 37 days of production, making our daily production a bit over 27 kWhs which isn’t too bad considering our spotty weather during April. As a simple measure, each kWh of energy we produce saves one pound of CO2. As a comparison measure, the average car produces 10,000 pounds of CO2 each year.

Since we are earning $0.54 per kWh, we’ve already earned $546.58 in production incentives. Go solar!

Sandy

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One Response to 1012 things to love about solar power

  1. kitsapfg says:

    That is pretty impressive!

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