Join Date: Oct 2014
Location: Calgary, Alberta, Canada
Electric companies in KS are not required to buy excess from you but ours gives you credit. Example, if I produce more energy than I use on Monday, but have a cloudy day on Tuesday and use more than I produce my excess from Monday can be used. Bad news is that the credit thing starts over at the beginning of the month and you will loose any excess that you may have.
Have taken all that into consideration when figuring my return.
It is not advantages here to get more than size just to produce more excess electricity.
I will not have a battery storage system. That takes significant extra bucks, room and is maintenance intensive.
I think it is the same up here as far as how the monthly power credit works.
Yes, batteries in the system certainly complicates things and makes it much more expensive and unless you are off-grid there isn't really much point at this stage.
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