Since installing the solar system in June, the system has continued to produce more than we consume. On a sunny summer day the system would produce about 28 kwh. At the peak we produced more than we consumed and has a reserve of 550 kwh. As we moved into fall, we’ve had more cloudy days and the days are shorter. Now on a clear day the system will produce about 20 kwh. As of today’s readings (2403 produced vs 2045 consumed) we have a surplus of 358 kwh.