The consumption rate is 12.2 kWh plus losses.
So a 15kW panel should do it? (Is this right? )
Some quick googling suggests 100-110 square meters. 1100 sq ft or so. 8'
wide and 130' long.
On Dec 27, 2017 3:48 PM, "Lawrence Rhodes via EV" <email@example.com> wrote:
> Hi all,
> My math is good enough to figure out I get about my 30kw Leaf gets 4.5
> miles per kw at 55mph more or less depending on wind. What I'd like to
> know is what size solar panel would be needed to support that speed. Now
> don't tell me it can't be done. I just want to know the formula for
> figuring it out. My puny brain exploded when I thought of all the
> variables. I do know that a 3000 watt system would charge my car in 10
> hours. I would just like to know the numbers of what would be needed for
> continuous power at speed. I guesstimated it would be about 10000 watts.
> I'd just like the exact number. Thanks, Lawrence Rhodes...the point is to
> build a teardrop solar range extender/RV that could charge while driving.
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