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Thread: Solar PV panels
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picon face BY : David C Brown email (remove spam text)



I am looking into installing solar PV panels on the estate but I am
struggling to understand how they integrate with the existing power system./

I have a utility supply rated at about 25 kW and would install a solar
system rated at about 5 kW.  If I now impose a 6kW load how will it be
supplied?   Simple engineering suggests that 5kw willbe supplied by the
utility and 1kW by the solar panels.

But the instillation company assure me that all load up to the capacity of
the  panels will be met by them and that I only need to use utility power
as a top up.   And that excess solar power will be fed back to the utility

How is this implemented?
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David C Brown
43 Bings Road
Whaley Bridge
High Peak                           Phone: 01663 733236
Derbyshire                eMail: dcb.homeTakeThisOuTspam@spam@gmail.com
SK23 7ND          web: http://www.bings-knowle.co.uk/dcb
<http://www.jb.man.ac.uk/~dcb>



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