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Old 9th January 2020, 20:50   #1 (permalink)
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Solar panels for electric

Hi everyone, happy new year.
Is there a thread already started on solar panels for electric or can anyone give me some rough prices for supply and fit
In the Didim area please.
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Re: Solar panels for electric

I looked into matter for our complex 2years ago we where quoted $120,000 U.S for a site with 77 properties ,the cost and the rate of return made it impossible.
I was very surprised how far Turkey is with Solar power
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Thanks for the reply, I will keep looking and let you know
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Old 10th January 2020, 07:55   #5 (permalink)
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We had them fitted in 2016, it is not all about return on investment. We don't notice when the trickery goes off. It does requently in our area and I was working as online support at the time. this week our village has been off for 5 days. Power line broken due to snow. our 4 freezers downstairs are full of food from neighbours whose frozen food would have defrosted. normally we only switch the freezers on in summer when there is too much fruit it deal with. I am happy to help if you PM me. I would advise do not just go local, look for quality. Ours were installed be German engineers who travelled 120km. A company would happily travel from Izmir, Bodrum, Milas or Kusadasi
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Re: Solar panels for electric

In order to get a price for Solar panels, first estimate how much power you require i.e count the appliances in your home.
It will probably add up as Kva, convert to watts and then look at Gittigidiyor for panel and size remmember to derate the manufacturer's data by about 30%.

Then you will need inverters and Batteries.

Note in order to link to the Mains supply for automatic changeover you will have to get the Electric supply company to approve your setup. It is easier to do a manual changeover.
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Manual changeover is OK but you have to be there. We have automatic changeover and no-one from the electricity dept came to see our system. (Installed in 2016). Maybe the German engineers got the plans approved, I cannot comment on that. We were informed that the batteries are generally good for 7 year. Ours are fine after 3 years.
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Re: Solar panels for electric

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In order to get a price for Solar panels, first estimate how much power you require i.e count the appliances in your home.
It will probably add up as Kva, convert to watts and then look at Gittigidiyor for panel and size remmember to derate the manufacturer's data by about 30%.

Then you will need inverters and Batteries.

Note in order to link to the Mains supply for automatic changeover you will have to get the Electric supply company to approve your setup. It is easier to do a manual changeover.
If you need further info PM me
Good luck
Your last months PEAK usage is also stated on your bill listed as "kuralu guc or and Sozlesme"
Mine being 5000, so probably looking for a installation around the 10,000 region
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Re: Solar panels for electric

If you have a battery system then Peak usage is not an important factor. A good invertor should allow the batteries to boost the power for short periods of time. The important factor is your average daily usage over the different seasons. You also need to factor in that the battery output will be less in the cold seasons (but the panel output will be more due to reduced electrical resistance).
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