50% is what, about 4 or 5x the capability of even the most efficient panels available to the average Joe?
What gets me is how "not quite good" some of the installations are done.
612KW of solar, placed flat and level, with almost 0 circulation?
Guessing they never heard of dust & bird doo-doo, heat, or snow in New Jersey.
A 300 pound guy up there with a bottle of windex and roll of paper towels walking on all those panels sound like a great idea to anyone?
This next one is a serious contender for my "WTF! Award of the Year
Anyone notice Stanford's solar powered elephant watching solar thing?
Powers a camera, laptop, and beer fridge. Wow.
It is about 100 miles south of the Nambia / Angola line, about 15 degrees south of the equator.The correct mounting angle there would be... oh crap that's too hard... lets just hang them vertical and keep hanging more until it works!
Guessing the Stanford School of Medicine people don't know about Stanford's Earth Sciences Dept, or Stanford's Engineering Dept.