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By Gwen Brown, senior content marketer, solar aurora
If you work in the solar industry, you know that the amount of solar energy available at a proposed project site is one of the most fundamental factors in determining whether installing solar makes sense for a customer. Obviously, the amount of solar energy — also called irradiation or insolation — where the array will be placed will determine how much energy it can potentially produce.
However, there are a number of different measures to express the amount of solar energy in a particular location. Whether you’re new to the industry or just looking for a refresher on some of the key terms and metrics for expressing how much sunlight will reach your solar panel, today’s article has you covered.