May 2018 Solar Income

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  1. Hi Rob, Hopefully you will get some nice warm sunny weather to crank up production and chip away toward recovering your investment. Tom
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  2. Rob, even though it was a bit below guidance, that’s still a chunk of money you didn’t get last April. And it will come every month rain or shine…wait, ok never mind. What I meant to say is that I’m sure it will be higher than predicted in other months. ?

    I know you are selling your power back to the company, but in a power outage can you use the panels to power your home? Here in Florida they don’t let you do that unless you have a storage battery for the home.

    • Rob says:

      Hey Fire

      Unforetunately if the power gos out, we are screwed! Haha but if its late enough in the day, it can set the mood. Candles and no tv is a good combo!

      Cheers

  3. Congrats man!
    I’d love to do solar as well – so damn expensive though..they need some more govt incentives, etc.

    It will be awesome once it’s been paid off – and like you said it’s also a feel good thing too!

    • Rob says:

      Hey Jordan

      Now that winnipeg is officially out of the playoff picture you will be saving money from tickets now. Crazy what vegas is doing…..

      Yeah will be nice once its all paid off. Its all about the cashflow though!
      Cheers

  4. No bad, considering that half of the month your system was generating under 20kwh. The following months should yield you better results! Looking forward seeing your break-even amount getting lower and lower!

  5. PCI –

    That is SICK! Pumped to see you set a record when June’s check arrives for May’s sun-work! Just an awesome passive income source, and hope that the payback period begins to shrink for you.

    -Lanny

    • Rob says:

      Hey Lanny

      Thanks alot. Yeah looking forward to seeing what next month brings in as weather has been great.

      My time to breakeven is always trending down! Haha

      Cheers

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