Back on track

The results are in, and we are definitely back on track.

The headline news? The latest meter readings show production in March is happily higher than average, at 129% of expected production. So, thumbs up.

The nitty gritty? For the graph and number enthusiasts, here are the breakdowns.

 Graph 1.  Average daily output – with the 2014 production in purple

Graph 1

Graph 2. Monthly output displayed against the average of what we would expect (the green line).

Graph 2

Table 1. The numbers.

Month 2014 Daily Average kWh % of expected Cumulative tonnes of CO2e saved Month 2013 Daily Average kWh % of expected Cumulative tonnes of CO2e saved
January 30.06 80% 35.4 January 37.05 99% 17.5
February 72.83 113% 36.2 February 55.15 86% 18.1
March 124.15 129% 38.0 March 85.81 89% 19.4
April - - - April 152.14 104% 21.4
May - - - May 176.24 106% 23.8
June - - - June 188.53 112% 26.3
July - - - July 222.80 130% 29.4
August - - - August 161.86 108% 31.8
September - - - September 109.18 92% 33.2
October - - - October 74.08 97% 34.2
November - - - November 34.48 75% 34.7
December - - - December 21.46 77% 35.0

So, in summary, the numbers are looking good.

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