Works in theory! Practice? That's something else
- Sep 20, 2019
- Key Largo
Yes. In fact I already have permission to operate and the system has been generating power since 1/27. Fortunately the net-metering agreement was painless (although as you probably read above the installation had its moment of sparkly excitement).So will you get PTO before the battery?
Yes, but where I live you need a building permit for everything. I can understand it too in this case. While it's a very simple add on (Just the battery and switch), in my case the additional wires will run over the rooftop. So, the county is going to want to make sure the wire gauge is sufficient for the current, roof-heat (requires elevated conduit <sigh>), and of course be suitable for my HVHZ.Does it need another inspection to plug in the battery?