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Solarcell roof / Sunpak on Prius PHEV 2017 ?

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Does anyone know how effective Solarcell roof / Sunpak on Prius PHEV 2017 is ?

How much energy can be saved to the Battery?

How far can you drive (approximate) at energy saved from the solarcellroof?

 

Im living in Sweden and at my place we have about 3 months 0f +2 C and below., about 4 months with +10 c and below, about 2 months with +10-20 C and just about 3 months with 20 c and warrmer..

The sunny weather for about/average 1 hour a day for 2 months , 2 h/d for 2 months, 3 h/d for 2 month, 5 h/d for 2 months, and 8 h/d for about 4 months

Rain or snow about/average 1mm a day for 2months, 2mm/d for 5 months and for about 3mm/d for 5 moths.

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1 hour ago, HSDish said:

Does anyone know how effective Solarcell roof / Sunpak on Prius PHEV 2017 is ?

How much energy can be saved to the battery?

How far can you drive (approximate) at energy saved from the solarcellroof?

 

Im living in Sweden and at my place we have about 3 months 0f +2 C and below., about 4 months with +10 c and below, about 2 months with +10-20 C and just about 3 months with 20 c and warrmer..

The sunny weather for about/average 1 hour a day for 2 months , 2 h/d for 2 months, 3 h/d for 2 month, 5 h/d for 2 months, and 8 h/d for about 4 months

Rain or snow about/average 1mm a day for 2months, 2mm/d for 5 months and for about 3mm/d for 5 moths.

Sorry!

The topic title shoul say " Solarcell roof / Solatpack on Prius PHEV 2017 ?

can not edit.

 

Found out from some Swedish car tests that Prius should go about 600- 700km (372-434 miles I think) on a year basis, in my area, from solarpack generated energy

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No English speaker will know what a "Solatpack" is, so not sure that would help. Toyota call it "Solar Roof".

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"t" is next to "r" on the keyboard. 😉

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On 1/24/2020 at 2:16 PM, HSDish said:

Does anyone know how effective Solarcell roof / Sunpak on Prius PHEV 2017 is ?

How much energy can be saved to the battery?

How far can you drive (approximate) at energy saved from the solarcellroof?

 

Im living in Sweden and at my place we have about 3 months 0f +2 C and below., about 4 months with +10 c and below, about 2 months with +10-20 C and just about 3 months with 20 c and warrmer..

The sunny weather for about/average 1 hour a day for 2 months , 2 h/d for 2 months, 3 h/d for 2 month, 5 h/d for 2 months, and 8 h/d for about 4 months

Rain or snow about/average 1mm a day for 2months, 2mm/d for 5 months and for about 3mm/d for 5 moths.

Not very effective I'd guess based on this: 2017 plug in

But apparently they're now testing a more efficient one here: 2019 plug in

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On 1/27/2020 at 4:50 PM, QuantumFireball said:

No English speaker will know what a "Solatpack" is, so not sure that would help. Toyota call it "Solar Roof".

Sorry.

Called Solarpack in Sweden

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On 1/29/2020 at 12:44 PM, kithmo said:

"t" is next to "r" on the keyboard. 😉

Right on spot :-)

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On 1/29/2020 at 12:51 PM, kithmo said:

Not very effective I'd guess based on this: 2017 plug in

But apparently they're now testing a more efficient one here: 2019 plug in

Thanks a lot.

Helpfull link.

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I'm planning to do a test drive with an Prius PHEV 2017 with "Solar Roof" / "Solar Pack" tomorrow Friday

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