Find your location on the Google map and click on it. The message to the right of the map will display that it is fetching data for this location and will then display your latitude and longitude and some graphs once the data has been fetched:
What needs to be understood is that the climatic data is averaged for each 1 degree latitude and longitude block on the earth surface which is an area of roughly 100km square in your location. This means that local micro-climates and local topography, the proximity of forests, mountains, etc. will cause the climatic conditions to deviate from these averages. These deviations can cause over or under estimation of the available energy in your location and it is important to understand that the values given are estimates and will give you a rough idea of the feasibility of using solar and wind energy at your location, but will not give you accurate energy yields and costs to the last kWh or monetary unit. Given the unpredictability of wind and solar energy at any location, you will still get a pretty good picture of how it could work for you in your region.Important: Moving between pages
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