+10 PV panels! Now at 13.45 kW nameplate capacity

In addition to our 10.0 kW PV generation, we just added an additional 3.45 kW, via 10 additional SunPower X21-345 panels. The new panels are tied to a separate SolarEdge inverter, an SE3800H-US. (The older inverter is an SE10000A-US. The old panels are also X21-345s.) These were all designed and installed by RevoluSun of Burlington, MA. (They are great.)

Here’s are some photographs of the panels, with the new ones marked:

We also got consumption monitoring with the new inverter, although that’s not yet set up in my software.

Overall, the layout now looks like:

Inside, the inverters look like:

This additional increment is intended to offset our air source heat pump hot water heater and especially the charging of our Chevy Volt.

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2 Responses to +10 PV panels! Now at 13.45 kW nameplate capacity

  1. Peter Kane says:

    Sweet!

    On Tue, Jul 31, 2018 at 6:00 PM, Hypergeometric wrote:

    > hypergeometric posted: ” In addition to our 10.0 kW PV generation, we just > added an additional 3.45 kW, via 10 additional SunPower X21-345 panels. The > new panels are tied to a separate SolarEdge inverter, an SE38000H-US. (The > older inverter is an SE10000A-US. The old panels are” >

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