How much can I save with clean solar power?What size system do I need? How much could I save? In California, the average residential customer uses 6,500 kilowatt-hours (kWh) of electricity per year (California Energy Commission). Depending on geographic location, energy consumption and other installation factors, the typical California home will require a 2 to 6 kWh system. The following table provides simple estimates of solar panel system costs, sizes and savings.
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The rated output of solar panel modules is assessed using the full hours of sunshine per day where one full sun hour is defined as being exposed to a solar intensity equal to 1,000 watts per square meter. Full sun hours do not indicate the number of hours that the sun is shining in a day, but rather is an indication of the intensity of the sun. Also important to note is that not all of the sunshine that strikes a solar panel cell will be converted into electricity. Typically, 15% to 25% of the energy produced is lost because of inverter and wire losses.
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