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ok im running a supercomputer at 305 watts per hour per unit and i have 20 units to power. what kind of solar array would i need to run 24 hours a day. I'm not a very savvy person when it comes to electricity or creating solar array's so bare with me a little bit here. just need a list of materials and instructions on how to set it up lol. thanks for your advice in advance.
 

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As large as that system needs to be and as pure as the power needs to be you need a professional. call a licensed solar contractor. That said, now I have to find the answers. Lol

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ok im running a supercomputer at 305 watts per hour per unit and i have 20 units to power. what kind of solar array would i need to run 24 hours a day. I'm not a very savvy person when it comes to electricity or creating solar array's so bare with me a little bit here. just need a list of materials and instructions on how to set it up lol. thanks for your advice in advance.
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ok im running a supercomputer at 305 watts per hour per unit and i have 20 units to power. what kind of solar array would i need to run 24 hours a day. I'm not a very savvy person when it comes to electricity or creating solar array's so bare with me a little bit here. just need a list of materials and instructions on how to set it up lol. thanks for your advice in advance.


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