In general, Matt says they’ve been performing pretty close to what was promised, but that last year’s data threw some curveballs. He saw a drastic decline in the amount of solar produced.

Since his solar panels are nearing their 4-year anniversary, he revisits what he’s learned living with solar panels in an area you might not think they’d be good for, as well as something unique that happened last year. Does Matt still think getting solar panels was a good idea? Let’s find out.

This video was produced and published by Undecided with Matt Ferrell. It was originally published on his YouTube channel. It’s published here via a pvbuzz partnership with Matt.

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