Monthly Archives: November 2017

First Days of Mini-Split Operations

My new SEER30+ mini-split air conditioner has been operational for a few days now.  I’ve been running it at night with my central air conditioner off.  It’s difficult to say how much impact that has had in increased efficiency, but … Continue reading

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Mitsubishi Mini-Split A/C

Ten years ago, when we conceptualized our photovoltaic system as an emergency power source when the grid was not available. The plan included a mini-split air conditioner for the master bedroom. The idea was that during an extended grid outage, … Continue reading

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Lower temperatures, higher percentages from solar

Milder daytime temperatures since the hurricane have reduced consumption from air conditioning, along with a lot of cloudless days have resulted in higher percentages of energy being produced from my solar panels.  The chart on the right shows that over … Continue reading

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