Just like for September I must report that October 2015 saw much less sunlight that the average of the previous five years – even though the sun managed to grace our solar panels a bit more than in October 2014.
During the previous five years, October averaged about 130 KWh, even with the low 110 KWh of last year. This year we were getting only 85% of that average production, and just a teeny bit more than last year. The good news, of course, is that the total solar energy production for this year has already surpassed the 2000 KWh, and may well grow to the level of 2012. At least that would prove that the descending trend of the energy production of our solar panels isn’t just due to decreasing efficiency of the panels themselves.