LEDMAD wrote:1) The excess power you generate isn't being stored for later use.
2) The sun doesn't shine at night, but you still use power during the night. As you have nothing stored you need to buy electricity.
3) The price you buy electricity at is MUCH higher that the price you can sell your excess at. So your excess generation counts for nearly nothing.
We are putting in 20kWh per day and we use 12kWh daily.
BeeMee wrote:Total (IMPORT) combined with both Tariffs $293.47........(export) earnt us for that 3 months $477.84
leaving us a credit of $284.60
So this 745kWh and the 279kWh is what is used at night then?
our Tariff 33 goes off in the morning at 7.30am and on again at 8.30am (bet that will change in summer). And also off again at night at 5.00pm till 10.00pm.
Tracker wrote:You could gain extra advantage by fitting a separate time-clock, and STOP the 33-Tariff when the sun is not shining
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