Well, another awful month weather-wise and they say there’s more to come 🙁
Generation for May was, oddly, exactly the same as for April at 395kWh. I was hoping for anything between 500kWh and 650kWh. You’d think all of those fans they’re building out in the North Sea would blow the cloud away. Anyhow, total generation is now 2,180kWh so far, bringing in about £990 in FIT payments and saving up to £320 in electricity not purchased from the grid.
For reasons I don’t entirely understand, May is supposed to be our best month for generation and the poor output has therefore knocked back predicted output a fair bit, to around 3,680kWh for the year. Surely June can’t get any worse?