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Cloudy days and solar.

dave5dave5 Posts: 1Member
Doesn't seem fair that I get deducted 1000 points when I am still putting power into the grid. All because it was a cloudy day and my solar wasn't producing what was predicted.

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  • UkiwiSUkiwiS San DiegoPosts: 1,493Member, Moderator

    @nhalem said:
    Doesn't seem fair that I get deducted 1000 points when I am still putting power into the grid. All because it was a cloudy day and my solar wasn't producing what was predicted.

    You haven't reduced your use compared to your forecast and OC pays a penalty for this and they pass it to you. Seems totally fair to me and I have Solar.

    The work around is to adjust your availability in settings so that you only participate when you are not a net generator. Make the change and you never need to worry about a cloudy day again.

    Closing discussion.

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