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Self-sustainability without batteries must not exceed 60%

Michał Szczotka

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Hello everyone, 

I have such a problem with the installation of 250kwp , I am trying to achieve self-sufficiency above 80% while I pull out a maximum of 62.5%. Of course, I introduce consumption in the form of a hall (I design a gym) where the consumption is 120000kwh per year. Despite combinations with changing the hours of operation of the hall, for example, from 10 am to 6 pm, nothing helps, I can not cope with this and it is important for our customer to see the real consumption.

I want to add that the installation is without Battery ! 

Best regards and looking forward to advice :)

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Hello Michał Szczotka

I do not know your project, but I assume you could not surpass a higher value due to electricity production and consumption not being concurrent.

You could get into contact with our technical support or send a .pvprj file here in the forum so we can have a look into it.

Kind regards

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