The number of units generated by solar plant of any capacity can be known by just entering the size of solar plant in this calculator.
Electricity is measured in kilo-Watt-hour. This is abbreviated as kWh. In common, daily language this is called “Unit”. In other words, 1 kWh is equal to 1 unit of electricity.
You must have seen in your electricity bill that you are charged for the number of units you consume in that period. Reduction in number of units will result in less electricity bill. This is what we all want.
A solar plant can dramatically reduce your electricity bill. This will reduce your monthly or yearly expenses. You can reduce your electricity bill by as much as 90% by installing a solar plant.
But for all this to happen, a solar plant must be carefully designed. It should be of best possible capacity suited as per your use. You can easily calculate the size of solar plant you need by clicking on one of the following links.
- Capacity of Solar Plant as per Load
- Capacity of Solar Plant as per Roof Area
- Capacity of Solar Plant as per Electricity Bill
After calculating the size of solar plant you should install, you must be curious to know about the number of units your solar plant will generate. This will allow you to correctly estimate your savings.
You can also calculate the size of the solar plant you should install by knowing how much units a solar plant will generate and then comparing it with your consumption. Your consumption is given in your electricity bill.
Number of Units generated by Solar Plant
Fill in the size of solar plant you want to know about and press Enter. In smartphones or tablets, just click / tap anywhere on the screen. The number of units generated by this solar plant will be automatically calculated.
For Example: To know the number of units generated by solar plant of 10 kWp capacity, just enter 10 in the space provided below and press Enter or just click / tap anywhere on the screen.
The above calculator will tell you the number of units generated by your solar plant in an year.
Further, to know about how much carbon dioxide you will save by installing a solar plant, click here.