Solar Energy In The Rain
It’s hard to believe that you can get a sunburn on a cloudy day, even though it’s true. Even harder to believe, is that you can produce solar energy on a rainy morning, but that’s also true!
That’s right, even though it rained all of yesterday morning, our solar panels still produced 3.3 kWh (3,300 Watt hours) by the middle of the lunchtime hour.
That’s enough energy to light thirty- three 100 Watt light bulbs for one hour.
Don’t fall for the lie about solar energy not working around Pittsburgh, or anywhere else for that matter!
Here are links to seven of my previous blogs about solar energy:
Going Solar With Large Trees
Good News For Solar!
Solar Power With Battery Backup
‘Free Energy’ From The Sun Keeps Getting Cheaper