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Last updated 10/09/2019.

The Below Video is even more striking than the spiral temperature graph below, from 1850 to 2015. Seeing the ice 'state of affairs' is very tangable compared to just a bunch of temp numbers. There is no escaping the result of GH GH'ing (Green House Gas Heating).

It is where carbon needs to STAY!!!!!

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This is an amazing spiral graph showing GHGH'ing (Green House Gas Heating) from 1850 to now!!                        Very disturbing!!

http://assets.climatecentral.org/images/uploads/news/1_18_16_Brian_GlobalTempSpiral2016Record.gif

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Lewisburg PA, partakes in September 20th Climate event with the rest of the World.

This is a new 3" x 10" Sticky Decal. It is available for $5.95 plus $1.50 S&H.

Sticky bumper stickers are available in the TOP contemporary expanding images "Art Look".

Additionally there are BookMarkers 2" x 6" (5pk) for $5.95 for your next reading pleasure.....

All available on ebay....

Bumper Sticker   OR    Book Markers

Great American Eclipse viewed from Nashville Tn.

Eclipse from Nashville, amazing, amazing experience....!!!!! Regulus is upper left star...

 

This is my main solar PV array with its extreme makeover. Black is the new green and 3KW more power. I also hit a new single day power production level of 107.5 KWH. No surprise really with the upgrade in panels and inverter.

This is my new 2013 Nissan Leaf, 8700 miles when acquired, AND I LOVE IT!!!!

I got it on 11/13/2015. Winter driving is running about 2.1 to 2.2 miles per gross KWH.

UPDATE: Summer is running around 3.5 miles per Gross KWH, 4.2 to 4.5 on board miles per KWH.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This is the tale of two months. A picture is worth a thousand words.

All six trackers active!!! System certified!!!

First years full PV production will be done on 6/17 EOD (End Of Day). It looks like it will be around 15 MWH (Mega Watt Hours), give or take........ not bad.... 14 was projected. PPL payback amount will be around 4.5 MWH's, slightly less because there is still production to be brought back on line and some load reduction to be done. WHen all is complete including wind, 7 MWH's should be the over production before EV's are had. The two EV's are using about 7 MWH's per year leaving me neutral when production in 15 MWH a year or higher.

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This is a GREAT EVENT !!! Check out the map on their website for locations near you. 10/5&6 2019!

Where to Find Us:

www.WeAreSolar.com (Fitch Consulting)
1072 Fowlersville Rd

Berwick, PA 18603


Phone: 570-752-4827

Email: fcfcfc@pa.metrocast.net

 

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What's New

Made changes to my PV tracking system. The main PV inverter was upgraded from an SMA SB-US-8000 to a Fronius Primo 11.4 (11,400 watts). Additionally, the PV arrays were upgraded with 20 SunPower 327 watt modules leaving 16 of the original Canadian Solar 255 watt modules, bringing the total output of the array from 9.18KW to 10.620KW. The combination of the inverter upgrade coupled with the array KW upgrade, should generate an additional 2 to 3 MWH a year. I hope this will compensate for the increased cloudiness being produced by Green House Gas Heating Climate change. It took a fair amount of work to do all this....

 

UPDATE: All 36 modules are being changed out which will result in an array output of 11,772 KW. On a sunny year, 20 MWH should be within reach.

 

Bumper sticker !!!

 

2018 PV Production is 12.463 MWH.

2017 PV production is 14.293 MWH.

2016 PV production is 15.629 MWH.

2015 PV production is 14.543 MWH.

2014 PV production is 7.711 MWH, first year partial production. 9.374 MWH were produced through the entire startup test phase of the system before certification.

 

2018 production was the worst production ever, not only for PV but for all solar. The rain and cloud cover was unpresidented! WE blew right through the 13 Megawatt range and landed in the low 12's. An increase in array capacity might be necessary to adapt to the GH GH'ing realities causing climate change, to resore a slight electrical surplus.

 

2017 production down 1.34 MWH from last year. All months produced less except for December which is the cloudiest month of the year.... Ironic...

 

Electric car miles for the third year are 13,220 saving 575 gallons of gas at an avoided cost of $1955.00 bringing the three year total to $5225.00. Gas prices steadily climbed throughout the year. Total number of gallons not used stands at 1790.

 

Electric car miles for the second year are 14,830 saving 645 gallons of gas at an avoided cost of $1870.00 bringing the two year total to $3270.00. Not bad for only 2 years at fairly low gas prices...

 

Electric car miles for the first year ran about 13,000 miles of energy free driving. The gas saved which would have been burned by the car that the Leaf replaced equals about 570 gallons at an avoided gas cost of $1400.00.

 

Total mileage across the three years equals 41,050 miles. At a gross electric usage of 3 miles per KWH year round, this translates to 13.68 Megawatt hours of electricity, or 4.56 Megawatt hours per year. With the addition of the Ford C-Max plug-in Hybrid over the last year, the total transportation electric load is increased by about 2 megawatt hours more, bringing the household trans electric yearly load to about 6.6 megawatt hours.