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For practical purposes, calculation of solar radiation to power is;
$$ E=A.r.G.p $$
<aside> 👉 Where A is the total solar panel area in m , 𝑟 is the panel efficiency (yield) parameter, G is the annual average solar radiation on tilted panels, and 𝜌 is the performance ratio of the overall system. This global formula naturally gives a rough annual electricity generation value.
Computing the GHI (global horizontal irradiance);
Karnataka gets an average energy production of →
$$ 4.5kwh/m^2/day $$
To give a larger margin in forecasting, the thumb rule we apply here is; Every 1 kilowatt capacity PV system produces 4 units a day (annual average)
Hence the calculation of credits is as follows;
A good starting point in collecting biscuits is to get the equal of 20% of your power used; no less than 5 Biscuits.
You can add more Biscuits at anytime, the credits starts adding to your account up from the day of purchase
To get more credits, refer SundayGrids to your circles and get bonus referral credits.
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All the data mentioned above are for the First Collective Project and can vary with other projects.
The credits can be used for utility billing from January onward
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