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SEE Report

SolarTech Energy Estimate Report

The SolarTech Energy Estimate Report provides a common report format that solar contractors can use to present performance characteristics of a given solar system. By providing a common report, solar contractors can help consumers become better educated buyers of solar energy systems. To proceed, complete the following form, and click Submit.
Include Estimate Provider Information
Provide a descriptive name for the project such as "Smith Residence - SW Roof Array".
Site Address
SEE Report calculations use key inverter specification data found in the SolarHub product database.
                                           Individual manufacturers and SolarNexus staff regularly update SolarHub product data which includes
                                           all inverters approved for use by the California Solar Initiative (CSI).
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The direction that the array is facing. If the true Azimuth (not compass) is unknown,
                                           recommend entering "180". For valid solution comparisons, use
                                           the same "180" in all subsequent solution reports.
The angle that the array makes with the ground. If the actual tilt is unknown, recommend entering
                                           the local latitude (in whole degrees).
                                           For valid solution comparisons, use the same tilt angle in all subsequent solution reports.
North Enter whole numbers. 100% = no shade. Solar access percentages account for seasonal shading from trees,
                                           buildings, and other structures. Percentages are measured using devices such as a Solar Pathfinder,
                                           Solmetric SunEye, or Wiley Asset. For valid solution comparisons, use the same
                                           solar access percentages in all subsequent solution reports.
Solar Access Percentages (%)