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Does It Makes Sense Using Solar During Daytime And Disco Electricity @ Night? by SaintUlot: 3:07pm On Sep 20, 2020
I am thinking of using Electricity from solar panels during the daytime and Only connect to Electricity from Disco during night time when the Solar panels are not generating electricity.

I am looking @ this option for the following reasons:

1. So that I can take full advantage of the free
electricity coming from the sun during the day time.

2. So that I can prolong the useful life-span of my
back-up battery.

3. And lastly to drastically reduce cost of recharging
prepaid meter on the long run, especially now that
electricity tariff has been increased by over 100%


I am proposing a solar power generation of 2kw - 3kw,
with 2 - 4 200ah backup batteries

To power:

1hp pumping machine ( 2 - 4 times a month pumping)
1 200ltr haier thermocool chest freezer (110 watt)
1 pressing iron (occasional use) 1200 watt
1 32inch tv with 50watts rating
33 energy saving bulbs of 12 watt average
Rating(for night use only)
1 home theater 45 watt capacity
1 Blender 350 watt ( occasional use)

NB:Majority of all these won't work @ the same time.

Please I need solar Electricity users and expert advice on the feasibility of my plan. Useful opinions will be highly appreciated.
Re: Does It Makes Sense Using Solar During Daytime And Disco Electricity @ Night? by SaintUlot: 8:39am On Sep 21, 2020
Still awaiting contributions on this thread from experts and solar electricity users.
Re: Does It Makes Sense Using Solar During Daytime And Disco Electricity @ Night? by saint2ace(m): 9:50am On Dec 27, 2020
Take this to the solar thread, Isco has posted a link to this thread there but u might need to post ur questions there cos not everyone will click that link....


https://www.nairaland.com/390522/solar-energy-complement-fta/918#390522.29379
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