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PSE&G New Jersey’s largest utility is mounting 200,000 solar panels all over
Apr 29th, 2011 at 10:28am
 
The panels are expected to provide half of the 80 megawatts of electricity generated by the utility's overall $515 million solar investment — enough to power 6,500 homes.

"Each panel attracts value from the sale of its electricity into the wholesale electric and in the end dollars are returned to customers by offsetting the overall cost of the project. It also provides clean, carbon free renewable energy replacing some traditional fossil fuel as well as increases jobs needed to install the panels and drive economic development."

Someone get a pic of what's under those, are they using enphase inverters?

If they are then they can also monitor them through the electrical line ---- AND SO CAN YOU! If you are close by. Just figure out the protocol and watch the AC line for the signal.

Some short sighted guy said "All that work (and negative aesthetic value) for a measly 200 watts? That's a couple of light bulbs.".

Yea, 200W all day long, every day!

With an attitude like that he probably runs four 100W normal bulbs outside all night and wonders why his power bill is so high.

http://www.northjersey.com/news/119714549_PSE_G_installing_solar_panels_around_W...
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