Open a new window/tab and go to NIWA Solar View. Once there, select planned panel tilt, panel bearing and generate your SolarView. After you create the SolarView, right click on the 'Download the Typical Meteorological Year Table' button, copy the link and then paste it below.
*Calculations are based on using up to 80% of the LFP battery. Round trip losses to the battery are calculated as 5% when charging the battery and then 5% again when taking from the battery. Night rate has been calculated as between 11pm and 7am. If selecting generator, it is assumed the generator will charge the battery at the same time as powering the home. Battery is checked every hour and if above 30% then generator is turned off and home is run from solar/battery again. The number of kwhs added to the battery during this time is allocated to the solar/battery result rather than the 'from generator' result. There has been no cap put on the number of kilowatts that can exported at any given time. But inverters can have limits as well as power companies on how much you can export. These numbers are only estimates and don't take into consideration a lot of variables such as shading, panel strings facing different directions, cable losses and inverter losses.