13.2kWh today, and I'm lucky enough to be on the 2010 FIT which means 54.17 p/kWh and I get to double down on the smug while the sunshine lasts.
that's good...only 7.4 here today...what size is your array...still 103 so far for the month so well ahead of the previous 8 years based on the monthly averages
Partly the incident ray angle and partly the optimum operating temperature of the panels and equipment. I believe UK panels are optimal at around 15-19C air temp. In more southely latitudes they are built to have a higher optimum operating temperature, as you'd expect for warmer climates.Better day for us today. In that note:
On a comparable days, with blue skies and lots of light, what is the main reason why in summer the panels produce their full potential, while in November they do half? Is it the position of the sun in the sky and its consequent angle to the panels, or is there more to it?
In our case, we’d do 6kWh in summer and only peaked at 3.5kWh today.