3rd quarter 2014

Since we’re coming up on the solar tour this weekend, I wanted to post the numbers for July through September.

We turned net positive in August and now have a surplus of 851 kWh. Last year at this time we had a surplus of 1,749 kWh. Looks like we’re in fairly good shape to generate more than we use this year, unless we have more cold snaps. We’ve already had our first frost in September. Last year we turned the heat on October 27. Can’t wait to see what the next quarter holds for us.

Happy October and go see some homes on the solar tour this weekend!

2014 Usage Solar PV Net usage
or (surplus)
Avg.
daily usage
HDD
Total 6,246 6,997 (851) 22.9 TBD
Jan
1103 472 631 35.6 1,380
Feb
994 511 483 35.5 1,174
Mar1 1060 743 317 34.2 1,170
Apr 751 889 (138) 25.0 550
May 662 834 (171) 21.4 231
Jun 413 869 (456) 13.8 64
Jul 432 950 (518) 13.9 X
Aug 440 919 (479) 14.2 x
Sep 391 911 (520) 13.0 x

1 Transition from eMonitor to eGauge data begins March 8. Missing data for about 4 hours.

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