30 Jun '12, 1pm

Solar Energy Estimate Report (For Consumers & Solar Providers)

“The SEE Report is a simple one page report that shows you the estimated energy output the chosen system will produce in one year (in KWh) as well as the estimated energy output the system will produce over a time period of 25 years. Comparing the one year and 25 year energy output numbers to the ones provided on a second SEE Report for a different system is a simple way to compare and evaluate the performance of two different solar electricity systems. The SEE Report also includes a bar graph showing the estimated energy output for the first year by month.”

Full article: http://cleantechnica.com/2012/06/30/solar-energy-estimate...

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