In Georgia to qualify for Georgia Power's monthly net metering the maximum system size is 10 kW AC. Tesla tells me that they will do a 34 panel, 11.56 kW system which will qualify. They have also said they will install a 7.6 kW Tesla inverter.
- Will a 7.6 kW inverter limit the production that the panels would be capable of producing with a larger inverter?
- Georgia Power 's tariff states the limitation as:"....residential applications with a peak generating capacity of less than or equal to 10 kW AC." and "The system’s AC peak generating capacity is determined by the aggregate nameplate capacity of the inverter(s) at the service point.".
- Is Tesla's 7.6 kW inverter actually 7.6 or would the 'nameplate capacity' be less?