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 2. Monthly output displayed against the average of what we would expect (the green line).
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|
So, in summary, the numbers are looking good.