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Solar Insolation Levels In North America (kWh/m2/day) - Cities

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7th of October, 2018

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SOLAR INSULATION (Incoming Solar Radiation) is the amount of solar radiation incident on any surface for our purposes, we will be comparing insulation levels on the surface of the Earth.

The amount of insulation received at the surface of the Earth is controlled by the angle of the sun, the state of the atmosphere, altitude, and geographic location.

The values of solar insulation are commonly expressed in kWh/m 2/day. This is the amount of solar energy that strikes a square meter of the earths surface in a single day.

Table of insulation levels:-




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