January 2013 Output

During the month of January, Eva Creek Wind put 8,641,800 kilowatt-hours of power into our electric grid. That's enough to power more than 13,090 average Interior homes (660 kWh/month) for a month.

January capacity factor: 47% (estimated average annual capacity factor: 36%)

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Note: January 19 and 20 are incorrectly represented on the graph. January 19 shows the output for 34 hours of production while January 20 shows an output of zero kilowatt-hours. The skewing of the graph is due to a shift in the time clock for the tracking software on January 18.

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December 2012 Output

During the month of December, 10 of the 12 Eva Creek Wind turbines put 8,034,562 kilowatt-hours of power into our electric grid. That’s enough to power nearly 12,174 average Interior homes (660 kwh/month) for a month.

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Eva Creek generation statistics.

Eva Creek Wind Power Meter

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