Our solar panels face South for optimum performance, but on blue sky days when the sun rises in the East they get no direct sun and performance is terrible, but I noticed on overcast or misty days those first 3 hours of the day produced up to 4 times more solar energy readings. Eg. they go from 100w to 400w.
My wife bought a mist spray for her astma and it only goes through 6 litres of water in 36 hours and the amount of mist it creates is significant.
So I was wondering if someone could produce roof top mist sprays to the reflect light onto the panels during the early and late parts of the day to increase overall productivity.
Any thoughts on this idea and whether it might work?
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