I recently had a medium (24 panel) Tesla subscription PV system installed. The system received PTO last Tuesday, and I have been watching it closely, using the Tesla app/gateway, ever since. The installation itself went very smoothly and despite it being late November in Massachusetts and despite 4 rainy days out of the last 7, the system has been performing admirably. However, I have noticed an apparent glitch in the graphed data on the “ENERGY USAGE” page of the app. 3 times now the system reports a very sharp and brief energy pulse that peaks at 7.2 kW and just as quickly and sharply drops in a very symmetrical way down to about 1 kW then returns to what I believe is the correct reading. Now, this time of year, on a clear day the system can generate at most 4.5 kW at peak time (about 10 am to 11 am). There is no possible way (baring 3 intense solar flares that would probably wipe out life) that it could have ACTUALLY generated 7.2 kW. Similarly, solar generation would not have sharply gone down by such a symmetrical amount from the mean. So, I am wondering what’s causing this? I suppose it could be the inverter having a bad moment; that would be the worst case scenario and would not bode well for the life of this brand new SolarEdge Wave inverter. It might also be whatever devices have been installed in the inverter or in my electrical panel that report out the energy usage (my current best guess on the source of the problem). Or, finally, it might be a problem with the app software. Has anyone else experience this issue? If so, any thoughts on a cause and what, if anything, you did to correct the issue?