The electricity produced by solar panels will vary depending on the following factors:
Amount of sunshine or cloud during the day
Daylight hours (depending on Month of year)
Time of day (elevation of sun)
The mix of these factors will determine the amount of solar panel electricity generated at any point in the day and also the total for the month.
Our 3kWp solar panels (14x 235W) will have generated over 3000kWh of electricity over a full year but this ranges from 100kWh for a month in the winter to 400kWh for a month in the summer. The electricity generated during the day peaks when the sun is overhead and drops back towards the end of the day before falling to zero after dark.
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