John Lussmyer via EV wrote:
On Fri Nov 07 16:07:19 PST 2014 ev@lists.evdl.org said:
If you are able to consider sufficiently large electronic loads, then ones that 
can push the energy back into the grid rather than dissipating it as heat 
become an option.  This capability doesn?t really become available until you 
are looking at loads of at least 6kW, and you should check with your local 
utility to see what sort of barriers will face you in trying to connect such a 
load before buying.

Well, there are grid-tie inverters down as small as 200W or so readily 
available, often down to 12v input.

Yes, though the two I have (Trace Microsine and Enphase) won't work with a battery or DC supply as their input.

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