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In October 2003 I installed to 3.5 KWh solar system. Excess power generated during the day is fed back to Southern California Edison and drawn back at night, avoiding the need for unrealiable batteries. My usage is netted over the course of a year and the system covers my entire power consumption for the year. Because I produce more power than I generate, I pay nothing for the power actually used.

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    In October 2003 I installed to 3.5 KWh solar system. Excess power generated during the day is fed back to Southern California Edison and drawn back at night, avoiding the need for unrealiable batteries. My usage is netted over the course of a year and the system covers my entire power consumption for the year. Because I produce more power than I generate, I pay nothing for the power actually used.
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    Power charge. Because I produce more power than I generate, I pay nothing for the power actually used. The system was planned and installed by EE Solar. The cost of the system including installation was around $25,000 with approximately half that cost covered by the State of California. An additional $1,500 was received as an income tax. Generation and Consumption by Month. Links - For more information on solar power. You can find useful information on Solar Power from the following sites. Information fr...
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    In October 2003 I installed to 3.5 KWh solar system. Excess power generated during the day is fed back to Southern California Edison and drawn back at night, avoiding the need for unrealiable batteries. My usage is netted over the course of a year and the system covers my entire power consumption for the year. Because I produce more power than I generate, I pay nothing for the power actually used.

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