SRP gives residential customers online access to rooftop solar production data
Originally published June 16, 2014
The Salt River Project (SRP) in Arizona is now offering its residential customers detailed information online about how their rooftop solar system is performing throughout the day. Solar customers simply sign up for or log on to "My Account" on SRP’s website to view the amount of solar power their system has generated in kilowatt-hours, as well as how much energy they have consumed in hourly, daily and monthly intervals, the Phoenix-area utility said.
The information is updated each night with the previous day’s data.
"This tool provides customers with information and educates them on how well their system is performing," said Lori Singleton, SRP director of Emerging Customer Programs for Solar, Sustainability and Telecom. "The information can be viewed or downloaded for more analysis, which provides them with the link between their household energy usage and their solar output."
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