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Bob_H Transformer
30-08-2019

Re: Merging AGL and Solis/Ginlong solar data

Schander, Your suggestions are good (and appreciated). We are currently on the default fixed rate in Victoria (which, for now, I’m happy with). We are attempting to self-consume as much as we can. To understand how successful we are and whether we would be better off under a different scheme, I need to understand our usage patterns. That is all I’m aiming for at this stage. Once we have optimised our arrangements (and consumption habits) I plan go into the sort of financial analysis you are sugg ...
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Bob_H Transformer
29-08-2019

Re: Merging AGL and Solis/Ginlong solar data

One more thought: looking at graphs like the one above for each day would get a bit tedious. What might be more useful is to produce a similar “daylight” graph that is averaged over, say, a month. (Mind you, creating the graphs could get very tedious).
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Bob_H Transformer
27-08-2019

Re: Merging AGL and Solis/Ginlong solar data

Here is what doing the above got me for 29th Jul (chosen at random). Same definitions as before, except we are now looking at 30 min blocks.I think, for now, that's what I've been looking for. Thanks for all the suggestions (to this and other threads).
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Bob_H Transformer
27-08-2019

Re: Merging AGL and Solis/Ginlong solar data

Schander, Thanks for that. At this stage, I'm mostly interested in the kWh produced in each 5 (or so) min block. (I've only had the panels for a few months). So "Daily Generation (Active)(kWh)" is the one to use, I gather. It seems to be the power generated from the beginning of the day to the time given in that row. I can use it to see what is generated over each 30 min block and compare it with the AGL data. It won't be really precise, because the AGL 30 min blocks always start on the hour or ...
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