Educational Grid Tie System
we have a solar and wind grid tie system set up at a summer camp and are trying to figure out how to visually see what the output of this system is, so we can show the kids what kind of power they're really producing.
We have a skystream 3.7 wind turbine and 8 Kyocera 130 panels attached to a sunnyboy 3000 inverter and then tied in to the grid with net metering.
Or are there some other suggestion on how to tie in the educational component so kids could visually see what these renewable energy systems produce?
Is there some sort of meter or output display that we can insert before it ties into the meter so that we can see what the wind and panels are producing? something that would make sense to the average onlooker.
Or are there some other suggestions on how to tie in the educational component and show kids what these renewable energy systems can really do?