POWER PRODUCTION - WHAT CAN YOU EXPECT?​

Output

The output using solar cells depends on several factors:

  • System size (Wp)
  • Location (altitude/longitude)
  • Weather conditions (sunny, cloudy, rainy, cold, warm etc.)
  • Time of day (solar angle)
  • Shadows (from trees, buildings etc.)
  • Direction of solar panels
  • Size and state of batteries
  • Maintenance
  • etc..

​Indicative Examples

​Below we present a few examples showing the expected output (kWh/day) from a standard container power unit without tracking or extension.

Just click on the link to open the associated file (pdf-format)

​If you consider using our product in a specific location please contact us and we will be able to provide a similar chart showing you the expected output in the preferred area

impactsquotesign​ The examples presented have been calculated based on 22 years of meteorological data gathered by NASA.

The NASA databases covers every spot on the globe and includes local temperatures and solar insolation for every month.

Source: NASA Langley Research Center Atmospheric Science Data Center

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