- Generated 3000 kWh
- Pushed 1877 kWh onto the grid
- Pulled 3278 kWh off the grid
So, that means we used (3000 – 1877 + 3278) = 4401 kWh in that time (for about 360kWh/month average), and we generated 3000 / 4401 = 68% of the electricity we used in our home. A bit shy of the 75% I’d hoped for but not too bad!
The monetary value of those 3000MWh is about $300 here in MN, at about $0.10/kWh (my baseline for comparison is the cost for electricity with Windsource, since we have subscribed to that program for many years now. It’s only slightly higher in cost, about $0.009/kWh, since the fuel charge gets removed for Windsource customers).