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Field Name (Standard Name)?: PowerProduction[Type]Size

Definition (May contain rules that must be observed)

The “capacity” of a renewables system. Size is measured in kilowatts (kW) DC (referring to direct current). A kW indicates how much power the system can produce under standard conditions, like the size of a car engine. Renewables systems are sized when they are installed to cover all or a portion of the power needs of the property. Therefore, a system designed to produce 50% of the power needs will be sized smaller than a system on the exact same property designed to produce 100%. Size may be influenced by available space at the property, orientation, landscaping, etc.

Page Revision Date: Nov 29 2016

Form: PropNoLookupResourceField

2 Comments

  1. 4/19/16 - Workgroup addition.
  2. 6/21/16 BOD Approval. Set to Active.