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Jan. 17th graphs

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Sunny here again in Southern California finally. Merry Christmas!

Yes, it was sunny all day yesterday, just as all the company was gone, we had sun all day. December 24th was beautiful! The snow on the mountains is so pretty today. It let the ground dry up and things … Continue reading

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November 30th graph – trees still shading the panels

Oh, yes I am back from Tennessee and happy checking my solar panel inverter graphs again! Here is the graph for 11/30/10. The graph shows the afternoon shading starting at 1:00 pm and continuing for several hours after that. If … Continue reading

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More graphs – November 18, 2010 – tree shading is obvious.

This shows how a tree in the middle of a south facing back yard can cut down on solar panel efficiency. Science Fair 101 – try it and see what happens. There were no previous measurements for this tree being … Continue reading

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Trees and solar panels (part 2)

As I said I would, I took some photos of the solar with the tree shading on it. I called my Sungevity representative, Justin Cox about it yesterday. He said that their primary concern is there is no shading between … Continue reading

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