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    Default PV system yeild Vs azimuth

    I have been looking for some formulea to work out the PV output vs the azimuth from North. Please let me know if this has been answered


    sorry spelt yield wrong
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    While you are waiting for better answers, here's some graphs that might help.



    The small colour graph on this page is for Sydney.

    With this calculator
    Choose outside US, then southwest pacific, choose where you be then run the calculator.

    My sister's place has east facing solar panels (90 deg azimuth) and they do well here in Mackay. Peak hours are a little different to north facing panels, but they still work well.

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