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How much solar production for my consumption...




by phil59 » 13/09/22, 21:11

To avoid polluting the subject of Macro ....
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by phil59 » 13/09/22, 21:15

To stop polluting the subject of Macron, solar-photovoltaic/project-toiture-de-garage-photovoltaique-t17288.html


So Remundo....

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It's good to resell everything, 5 years ago, it was cool ... Today, we have to see tomorrow ....

Currently, Macro, with its forecast of 3.2 kWp, would switch to purchase, at around 17 cents per kWh, for a purchase, at roughly the same price.
So no real pb.
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Re: How much solar production for my consumption...




by sicetaitsimple » 13/09/22, 21:47

I personally think that there should be no "sale in full" tariffs for private individuals who are at the same time consumers on the same connection point. In short, no more sales in full, obligation to sell for self-consumption.
That would bring some logic back into this system.
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by phil59 » 13/09/22, 22:32

Agree with you a little, but by producing a little too, we use the network.
We have to pay a little for this network.

Imagine, all the inhabitants of the same district produce with 50 kWp... (just to have a big figure).

The "pipes" that return to the network must be large enough.
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by sicetaitsimple » 13/09/22, 22:41

phil59 wrote:Imagine, all the inhabitants of the same district produce with 50 kWp... (just to have a big figure).

The "pipes" that return to the network must be large enough.


No, I can't imagine, it's just stupid. That the inhabitants of the same district each produce 50 kWp.
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by phil59 » 13/09/22, 22:53

The first 20 houses in the village where I live could put nearly 1000m2 on the ground.

On the site that Remundo showed us...

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Practically, half of the houses could do it....

I could put more than 2000m2, without worries, and I'm not the only one who can do it,
in the village.

It was above all, just to have big numbers. Stupid, I assume without pb.
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by sicetaitsimple » 13/09/22, 23:05

phil59 wrote:It was above all, just to have big numbers. Stupid, I assume without pb.


Of which act.
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by phil59 » 13/09/22, 23:47

Here is an idea of ​​my production, before September, with 760 Wp, and in September with 950 Wp, we can round up to 1000, just to simplify the calculations....

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3 of the panels are at 60°, not good for this season.

And conso, like that of 1/09/22, where we were at home...


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There are consos at 0, and even probably a lot injected ....
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by sicetaitsimple » 14/09/22, 00:04

phil59 wrote:Here is an idea of ​​my production, before September, with 760 Wp, and in September with 950 Wp, we can round up to 1000, just to simplify the calculations....

Didn't get it... You're talking about "an idea from my production"
Is it production per day, or net consumption, or what?
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by phil59 » 14/09/22, 17:32

So, the first tables are my production, it's a sonoff meter (which I plugged in backwards), accessible on my laptop, and to avoid consuming, the juice only arrives from sunrise, and stop at bedtime...

After that is the consumption seen by linky, over a day...

Example of a credit of 7000€ taken over 72 months

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With 7000€, nowadays, I don't think we can have more than 4 kWp installed, with everything needed for total resale.

4000 kWp, it is an average production, in France, so well exposed, of 5000 kWh (just to have round figures, for me, it would be in the 42-4300).

According to the links of Remundo, of the official site, currently, it is the purchase, for 4 kWp of installed,

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of 0.1718€ per kWh, which is less than 860€ per year, and less than 72€/month.... and you pay 112€, you lose 40€/month, over 72 months, 2880€ in total , and you need 40 months to pay it off .... 112 months almost 10 years ...

With a ladle, of course!
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