Everything you need to know about photovoltaics in France

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Re: Everything you need to know about photovoltaics in France




by Christophe » 23/02/24, 19:35

He cheats !!! : Lol: : Cheesy:

It has hydraulics (much more productive and much more constant in winter when we have greater needs...) in addition to PV!



It produces around 400W per day (at least in winter), you're surprised that it's autonomous!

Holy Christophe! : Lol:
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Re: Everything you need to know about photovoltaics in France




by phil59 » 23/02/24, 20:09

When you want to be 100% autonomous, even 80%, you have to be ready to make concessions, there's no mystery..

Already be able to have a 3 kVA subscription, at least, to compensate for a few days per year....
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Re: Everything you need to know about photovoltaics in France




by izentrop » 23/02/24, 22:25

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Christophe wrote:He cheats !!! : Lol: : Cheesy:
It has hydraulics (much more productive and much more constant in winter when we have greater needs...) in addition to PV!
It produces around 400W per day (at least in winter), you're surprised that it's autonomous!

Holy Christophe! : Lol:
+ 42 kWh battery, in Lozère and says he has 4 months of difficult winter.

He has a fortune of equipment. He still paid dearly for his autonomy. :o

I looked at the place where I could place a series of panels on the ground, on the edge of the neighbor's pasture. There would still be a series of shrubs to clear and not far from 70 m of 3 x 2.5 mm² cable to pull, for a string of 6 panels ofthis genre serial...
We will see when the price of electricity has quadrupled. : Mrgreen:
phil59 wrote:Already be able to have a 3 kVA subscription, at least, to compensate for a few days per year....
For him it's more than that. For me 9kVA with the heat pump.
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Re: Everything you need to know about photovoltaics in France




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Re: Everything you need to know about photovoltaics in France




by phil59 » 24/02/24, 19:10

izentrop wrote:] For me 9kVA with the heat pump.


There's no mystery, the heat pump, you have to be able to do without it for a few days a year, and have alternative heating! wood type, little dependence.
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Re: Everything you need to know about photovoltaics in France




by izentrop » 26/02/24, 02:47

phil59 wrote:
izentrop wrote:] For me 9kVA with the heat pump.


There's no mystery, the heat pump, you have to be able to do without it for a few days a year, and have alternative heating! wood type, little dependence.
Quite. Wood stove at home : Wink:
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Re: Everything you need to know about photovoltaics in France




by phil59 » 26/02/24, 11:23

Wood stove also for me, but, boiler, to heat the radiators!
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