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BQ 'In the Field'

Winter Solstice

Jamie O'Shea

Winter Solstice

It’s a beautiful clear winter solstice here, just goes to show that even the shortest day of the year can offer plenty of solar power. Since our PV array was commissioned in June, it’s produced 3.571 megawatt-hours, which is around 350% the estimated usage of our kettles in that time. Now we are precisely tracking our usage for everything that goes into popping- heating, stirring, and ventilating- and we are working on displaying it on our website versus our solar production. This graph suggests that we’ll break even almost exactly today. We like data. Happy Holidays from our team! 

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