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When installing a PV system, if net metering is available, you will be required to install a new electrical meter (Figure 7-22). This net meter allows for a measurement of net energy consumption both entering and leaving the system.
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Under ideal conditions, direct perpendicular sunlight is the most efficient for producing electricity. A roof-mounted PV system receives optimal con-
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FIGURE 7-22 Electrical meter
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ditions for only a brief period during the day. A solar tracking system (Figure 7-23) can track the sun from sunrise to sunset and can create optimal power. A tracking PV system can also accommodate for seasonal changes of the sun.
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FIGURE 7-23 Solar tracking system
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The Fundamentals of a PV System Some solar companies claim that as much as 50 percent more energy can be produced with a good tracking system over a fixed system. The best option is a pole-mounted PV panel with a tracking system. A solar tracking system can be computer controlled to track the sun across the sky hourly and seasonally.
PV Energy Production and Savings
You can determine how well PV solar will work for you with a few calculations. Start by taking a look at your electric bill. I ll use my own bill as an example here to show you how this is done: According to my monthly bill, I paid a total of 29 cents per kilowatt hour for electricity. My home uses about 500 kWh (or 500,000 watt hours) per month, or 6000 kWh per year. I can use this information to determine the most appropriate sized PV system to install. 500000 watt hours / 30 days 16,667 watt hours used per day. I know that a 10 kW PV system will ideally produce a day s worth of power in 1.7 hours. I also know that a properly designed PV system will produce around 77 percent of its maximum output (see the section Solar Panel Efficiency earlier in the chapter). So a 10 kW system would require 2 hours of perfect sunshine every day to meet all of my requirements. You can use average calculations based on your electric bill. A PV system installer should be able to offer a realistic average for any size system to meet your needs. I recommend buying the largest system possible according to available rebates and tax incentives. Most people use the majority of electricity that they produce, but if your PV system is too large for your home, you can sell excess energy to your utility company.
How Much Does a Typical PV System Cost
A 10 kW system installed in a home can cost $30,000 to $40,000 or $6 to $8 per watt produced. These prices are rough estimates; your costs depend on your system s configuration, your equipment options, and other factors. The following table shows sample costs for an average 5200 watt/ 5.2 kW PV system in the state of New York:
Installed cost (assumes $7.40 per watt) Rebate (at $3.50 per watt) Cost after rebate Less 30 percent federal tax credit $38,480 18,200 $20,280 (6084)
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New York state tax credit (lower of 25 percent or $5000) Total federal and state tax credits Final customer investment (based on output 6620kWh annually at 0.196 cents / kWh rate)
Source: Long Island Power Authority 2010 http://www.lipower.org/efficiency/solar-estimator.html
(5000) 11,084 $9196
If you want to figure out how much energy savings you can count on from PV solar, you can do the following: 1. Based on your geographic location, select the energy production factor from the map shown in Figure 7-2 for the kWh/kW per year input for the equations. 2. Energy from the PV system (kW of PV) (kWh/kW per year) kWh per year. Divide this number by 12 if you want to determine your monthly energy reduction. 3. Energy bills savings (kWh per year) (Residential Rate)/100 $ per year saved. (Residential Rate in this equation should be in dollars per kWh; for example, a rate of 10 cents per kWh is input as $0.10/kWh.) For example, a 2-kW PV system in Denver, at a residential energy rate of $0.07/kWh, would save about $266 per year: 1,900 kWh/kW per year $0.07/kWh 2 kW $266/year.
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