Tuesday, representatives from Oakdale Electrical Co-op inspected and commissioned our new solar generation. Bob from Ethos was on hand to explain and then finish programming the system, including wifi monitoring. The array was online — grid connected — around noon and has been producing since. With mostly sunny weather, we are getting 75-80 KiloWatt hours/day generation, which is more than we use during the day and offsets what we use at night. Excess day production is sold to Oakdale for around 6 cents/KWhr, while we purchase from Oakdale at about 11 cents/KWhr when our array isn’t producing. We will have to wait and see how much summer earnings cover winter usage and fees. So far, we remain happy with the decision to decrease our dependence on fossil fuels.
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