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Postby 7circles » Sat Dec 20, 2014 3:41 pm

Hi Guys,

I do some maintainance work at "Lentil As Any Thing" [LAA LAA LAND].

And the garden area needs a sun shade system in Preston (288 High Street).

A solar panel system with adjustable angle by electric drive would be great.

If you have any suggestions ... don't hold back.

LAA LAA Land is a pay as you feel resturant / cafe.

see Facebook or Website.

Cheers

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Re: Solar Pergola ////...\\\\

Postby davidg » Sat Dec 20, 2014 5:50 pm

7circles wrote:I do some maintainance work at "Lentil As Any Thing" [LAA LAA LAND].
A solar panel system with adjustable angle by electric drive would be great.

I suggest that it would be better to forget using electric anything unless there is really no other way, it adds considerable cost and maintenance which is much better put towards additional PV. It looks cool and it was used originally because Panels were so expensive, that's not the case in comparison anymore.

Next what is the thought of how the power will be used? ie would it be connected to the Grid as a Grid-connected system or would it be a battery based system such as an off-grid or hybrid, there are a number of questions that should be answered first.
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