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No but it may explain why at one of our PERTH installations we had a solar work crew arrive to deal with a crooked panel. They said they could see it from the road which I doubted seeing the building roof is 10.5 to 12.5 metres high.
We have just got our last 2 electricity bills since our replacement of our solar panels.With our old system we were saving $1500 a year conservatively-never worked out exactly how much current usage would cost.
But the 2 bills were for 52 cents and a $282 credit.We were still paying $120-$180 a quarter depending on time of year and how long we were away.So new panels will pay for themselves in 4 years.