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Posted by Falcon on July 21, 2011, 4:14 pm
 

 On Thu, 21 Jul 2011 17:46:08 +0200, Tom P wrote ...

No. I don't know the technical details. It's apparently a very simple
switching metering cct that routes any surplus energy the panels generate
to the grid. See:
http://youtu.be/GfFS-lynPiQ
for the basic idea.

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Falcon:
fide, sed cui vide. (L)


Posted by hda on July 21, 2011, 11:43 am
 


Yeah, heavily subsidized.

I pay 7.9 eurocent to DONG plus (13.3 - 4.7) eurocent in Tax per KWh
== 16.5 eurocents. Next on top fixed costs for delivery:  5.4
eurocents. So 21.9 (incl. VAT)

You receive 526/2000 = 26.3 (incl VAT) eurocents per KWh

Why do you receive (26.3 - 7.9) more than marketprice ?
 

Posted by Tom P on July 21, 2011, 4:04 pm
 On 07/21/2011 01:43 PM, hda wrote:

I don't. The tariff price for electricity is around 20-25 c per kwh
depending on the supplier and the terms of the contract. Like I said,
the difference between the grid feed-in tariff and household tariff is
not large.
Also your calculation is not accurate. The feed-in tariff is currently
28c. The 526 is a flat rate estimate of what the utility thinks the PV
installation has delivered in 6 months, based on the technical
specification.
  If you want the precise gory details, they estimated 1896 kwh times
28c is 531 minus 1 per month for the meter rental makes 526. The
monthly payments from now on are 75 - almost exactly the same as what
we pay for electricity.



Posted by hda on July 21, 2011, 5:44 pm
 

That there is no difference between TakeOut and FeedIn an is the whole
point !
You are a supplier. So therefore you as producer/supplier do receive
too high a price. The selling price is just around 8 eurocent/KWh !
All other is tax and delivery. I would be surprised if Germany is so
different from Netherlands in Europe...


Huh ? No argue about precision but concept. But anyway, there is
nothing new in the above information you give. You should be able to
know about how the consumer german KWh-price is build up.


It is not about details or precision of numbers. The concept is that
you are supported by government with about 20 cents/KWh.

Posted by m II on July 23, 2011, 7:35 pm
 Let's not forget about the loss of income revenue or interest paid out each
year for the money used.

11,000 x 5% per annum =  550/ per annum off the salesman's glory. We won't
discuss the maintenance costs of repair and replacement.

Please ignore the m II trolling me constantly. He uses many different names
and does anything in his power to disrupt groups, everywhere.

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It is not about details or precision of numbers. The concept is that
you are supported by government with about 20 cents/KWh.



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