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Anybody knew that electricity generated by photovoltaic cells (aka “solar cells”) can be passed into the power grid in Germany? In fact, the local grid company must accept it (and yes, even pay you for it, just the same as it pays the nuclear power plant next door).

Which is a nice thing indeed, as I’ve some square meters of my southwards roof to spend, plus some boxes sucking electricity 24/7 and gnawing at my conscience.

So I went for it, and construction started just yesterday – laying the grounds for a total of 3.1 kilowatts peak solar power.

Preparing roof mounts

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