The is a data reference page on

  1. The make of the panel and the performance forecast
  2. Credits received by unit Biscuits

Location of the system: Bangalore, Karnataka

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Module Data

Annual Insolation of the system

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.

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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;

Credits Projection

Notes from the team;


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