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Choose your optimal system size

There are several variables that affect the optimal system size for a given property. The two key variables are: the amount of electricity consumed during daylight hours, and; whether or not you wish to store solar energy with a battery for use at night. These two variables are key to determining the optimal system size for your property.

The best place to start, is by checking your most recent electricity bill and seeing how much power you use each day. Then, the onus is on you to estimate how much power you consume during daylight hours. Our system size calculator below can then display your optimal system size.

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Enter your property location and your daily electricity usage. If you don’t know your daily usage, you can calculate it here .

Your system size results

This calculator provides an estimate of the system size needed to power your daily electricity consumption in your location.

System size when only panels are installed

Consider the following scenario: The average Australian household consumes 18kW of electricity each day. If we use a house in Melbourne as an example, you would need a 5kW solar system to generate this amount of power. However, if the household only consumes 40% its electricity during daylight hours, there is no point installing such a large system. In this instance, a system that generates on average 7.2 kW (40% x 18 kW) of electricity per day would be sufficient. Therefore, a 2 kW system is likely to deliver the most cost effective solution and achieve the best financial payback; as the current, exceptionally low feed in tariffs. don’t encourage solar panel owners to generate excess power and export it to the grid.

Optimal size for solar panels and battery

A solar battery can store excess solar energy generated during daylight hours for use later at night, when the sun isn’t shining. If you are considering battery storage, you need to factor this into your system size equation. If we take the previous example, it may be beneficial to generate the 18 kWh of electricity it would take to power your property. If this were the case, you would need to upgrade the size of your solar panel system to 5 kW and add a battery capable of storing the excess solar power you generate during the day, for use at night, therefore storage capacity in excess of 10 kW would be required.

Physical area size required

It’s all well and good to say that a 5kW solar system will produce enough energy to power your home, but you may not have enough roof space for a system of this size. Solar panels come in different shapes and sizes. As a guide, you’ll need 4 x 250W panels for every 1kW of your solar system. If you’re looking at a 5kW system, that’s 20 solar panels with a capacity of 250W.

The standard dimensions of a 250W solar panel are 1.70m x 1.00. This means that you’re going to need around 1.7m2 for every panel you want to install. In the case of a 5kW system, you’ll need 34m2 of roof space in order to house your solar system.





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New Google Knowledge Panel Business Photo Shenanigans

Google, never particularly transparent about how to get the photos that you want to show in your Knowledge Panel, seems to be throwing another curve ball to local businesses (h/t to Lance Moore at Uptick marketing in Birmingham and Destin ).

While the image that you chose as a profile photo might show, now when you click on it, you are taken to Google Image search, rather than to the businesses chosen photos for that business that were uploaded via the Google My Business Dashboard.

If the listing no longer notes see photos in the lower right of the Knowledge Graph profile image then the images, when clicked will take the user to Google Image search.

The images showing in Google Image search may or may not be very relevant. In my case I am seeing images for my long dead father, a politician named blumenthal, a uniform stored named Blumenthal, some images from blog posts and who knows what else.

When you click on the profile photo it takes you to Image Search. Note that if the profile image says See photos it still will direct you to your and user uploaded images.

If this is a new feature, I can sum up my thoughts on it very succinctly:

It Sucks.

A business should be able to put photos of itself and they should have some measure of control over those photos. Taking users to random photos is bad for everyone. Do businesses need one more reputation management/(stupid) SEO task on their plate?

If this is more than a test then shouldn t businesses be advised? At some point, this change MIGHT make sense.

But businesses that have focused on uploading images to the GMB now need to think about being sure that their images on their website are actually the ones that Google should show. It seems a lot to ask of most small businesses. And they need to be aware that images from around the web could be showing thus creating both a new SEO obligation PLUS a new reputation management concern.

The change has not occured to hotel Knowledge Panel images nor big brands like Target and Best Buy. And for now, images in the Local Finder still reference the GMB and Maps images. The change seems to be impacting SMB Knowledge Panels only at this point.

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This is a really, really big mistake on Google s part. Their image search is nowhere near useful or accurate enough to be used for this sort of thing. And the damage this is doing to small businesses is huge.

Your article prompted me to conduct a fresh Google Image Search for my business name Hill Web Creations . I was fascinated by what came up and pleased. After doing a click-through test on the top 20, it appears that most are drawn from my Google+ posts for my businesses page. Few link directly to the exact page or post on my website.

try updating information for a business. so far i have submitted 30+ requests for change (getting closer to 50 now..) knowledge panel is broken

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New Google Knowledge Panel Business Photo Shenanigans #letterpress #business #cards

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New Google Knowledge Panel Business Photo Shenanigans

Google, never particularly transparent about how to get the photos that you want to show in your Knowledge Panel, seems to be throwing another curve ball to local businesses (h/t to Lance Moore at Uptick marketing in Birmingham and Destin ).

While the image that you chose as a profile photo might show, now when you click on it, you are taken to Google Image search, rather than to the businesses chosen photos for that business that were uploaded via the Google My Business Dashboard.

If the listing no longer notes see photos in the lower right of the Knowledge Graph profile image then the images, when clicked will take the user to Google Image search.

The images showing in Google Image search may or may not be very relevant. In my case I am seeing images for my long dead father, a politician named blumenthal, a uniform stored named Blumenthal, some images from blog posts and who knows what else.

When you click on the profile photo it takes you to Image Search. Note that if the profile image says See photos it still will direct you to your and user uploaded images.

If this is a new feature, I can sum up my thoughts on it very succinctly:

It Sucks.

A business should be able to put photos of itself and they should have some measure of control over those photos. Taking users to random photos is bad for everyone. Do businesses need one more reputation management/(stupid) SEO task on their plate?

If this is more than a test then shouldn t businesses be advised? At some point, this change MIGHT make sense.

But businesses that have focused on uploading images to the GMB now need to think about being sure that their images on their website are actually the ones that Google should show. It seems a lot to ask of most small businesses. And they need to be aware that images from around the web could be showing thus creating both a new SEO obligation PLUS a new reputation management concern.

The change has not occured to hotel Knowledge Panel images nor big brands like Target and Best Buy. And for now, images in the Local Finder still reference the GMB and Maps images. The change seems to be impacting SMB Knowledge Panels only at this point.

Post navigation

This is a really, really big mistake on Google s part. Their image search is nowhere near useful or accurate enough to be used for this sort of thing. And the damage this is doing to small businesses is huge.

Your article prompted me to conduct a fresh Google Image Search for my business name Hill Web Creations . I was fascinated by what came up and pleased. After doing a click-through test on the top 20, it appears that most are drawn from my Google+ posts for my businesses page. Few link directly to the exact page or post on my website.

try updating information for a business. so far i have submitted 30+ requests for change (getting closer to 50 now..) knowledge panel is broken

Local U Advanced New Orleans

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Categories





Tags : , , , , , ,

New Google Knowledge Panel Business Photo Shenanigans #business #cards #templates

#business images

#

New Google Knowledge Panel Business Photo Shenanigans

Google, never particularly transparent about how to get the photos that you want to show in your Knowledge Panel, seems to be throwing another curve ball to local businesses (h/t to Lance Moore at Uptick marketing in Birmingham and Destin ).

While the image that you chose as a profile photo might show, now when you click on it, you are taken to Google Image search, rather than to the businesses chosen photos for that business that were uploaded via the Google My Business Dashboard.

If the listing no longer notes see photos in the lower right of the Knowledge Graph profile image then the images, when clicked will take the user to Google Image search.

The images showing in Google Image search may or may not be very relevant. In my case I am seeing images for my long dead father, a politician named blumenthal, a uniform stored named Blumenthal, some images from blog posts and who knows what else.

When you click on the profile photo it takes you to Image Search. Note that if the profile image says See photos it still will direct you to your and user uploaded images.

If this is a new feature, I can sum up my thoughts on it very succinctly:

It Sucks.

A business should be able to put photos of itself and they should have some measure of control over those photos. Taking users to random photos is bad for everyone. Do businesses need one more reputation management/(stupid) SEO task on their plate?

If this is more than a test then shouldn t businesses be advised? At some point, this change MIGHT make sense.

But businesses that have focused on uploading images to the GMB now need to think about being sure that their images on their website are actually the ones that Google should show. It seems a lot to ask of most small businesses. And they need to be aware that images from around the web could be showing thus creating both a new SEO obligation PLUS a new reputation management concern.

The change has not occured to hotel Knowledge Panel images nor big brands like Target and Best Buy. And for now, images in the Local Finder still reference the GMB and Maps images. The change seems to be impacting SMB Knowledge Panels only at this point.

Post navigation

This is a really, really big mistake on Google s part. Their image search is nowhere near useful or accurate enough to be used for this sort of thing. And the damage this is doing to small businesses is huge.

Your article prompted me to conduct a fresh Google Image Search for my business name Hill Web Creations . I was fascinated by what came up and pleased. After doing a click-through test on the top 20, it appears that most are drawn from my Google+ posts for my businesses page. Few link directly to the exact page or post on my website.

try updating information for a business. so far i have submitted 30+ requests for change (getting closer to 50 now..) knowledge panel is broken

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