Based on historical Peak, SC data, solar panels that are tilted towards the equator at an angle equal to the latitude will produce the maximum solar energy output in Peak.
Peak has an average monthly Global Horizontal Irradiance (GHI) of 4.6 kilowatt hours per square meter per day (kWh/m2/day), which is approximately 1% less than the average monthly Direct Normal Irradiance (DNI) of 4.67 kWh/m2/day. 
Solar installations in Peak that are always titled at the latitude of Peak (Average Tilt at Latitude or ATaL) average 5.24 kWh/m2/day, or about 14% greater than the average monthly GHI of 4.6 kWh/m2/day and approximately 12% greater than the average monthly DNI of 4.67 kWh/m2/day. 
Global Horizontal Irradiance: The total amount of solar radiation that is received per unit area by a surface that is always positioned in a horizontal manner.
Direct Normal Irradiance (DNI)
Direct Normal Irradiance: The total amount of solar radiation received per unit area by a surface that is always perpendicular to the sun rays that come in a straight line from the direction of the sun at its current position in the sky.
Average Tilt at Latitude (ATaL)
Average Tilt at Latitude: The total amount of solar radiation received per unit area by a surface that is tilted toward the equator at an angle equal to the current latitude. ATaL will often produce the optimum energy output.
Solar Radiation Levels in Peak
Solar Radiation Data in Peak, SC
See the chart below for monthly solar radiation levels in Peak.
* Amounts listed in kWh/m2/day (kilowatt hours per square meter per day)
Solar Radiation Analysis for Peak, SC
Peak, SC has a average annual solar radiation value of 5.1 kilowatt hours per square meter per day (kWh/m2/day). 
The month with the highest historical solar radition values in Peak is April with an average of 5.95 kWh/m2/day, followed by June at 5.8 kWh/m2/day and October at 5.72 kWh/m2/day. 
The three months that historically average the lowest average solar radiation levels in Peak (South Carolina) are December with an average of 3.81 kWh/m2/day, followed by January with an average of 3.82 kWh/m2/day and February at 4.49 kWh/m2/day. 
Solar Power Comparison: Peak vs. the U.S.
Solar Power Levels in Peak
The average monthly solar radiation level in Peak, SC, of 5.1 kilowatt hours per square meter per day (kWh/m2/day) is approximately 37% greater than the average level of 3.73 kWh/m2/day in a city with historically low levels (WA) and is approximately 23% less than the average level of 6.6 kWh/m2/day in a city with historically high levels (NV). 
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Solar Power: vs. the U.S.
Below is a month-by-month comparison of how average Peak solar radiation levels compare to average levels in a city with historcially high levels (NV) and a city with historically low levels (WA). 
→ k/m/d = kWh/m2/day = kilowatt hours per square meter per day.
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We do not currently have data on solar panel installations in the town of Peak, SC at this current time.
However, Peak is in Newberry County and Newberry County has at least 0 solar insallations right now. 
Solar Power Output in Peak
The Power of Solar in Peak, SC
Monthly AC solar system output averages for Peak (sc). Month-by-month solar power, as ranked by AC output, in Peak. 
* Amounts listed in kWhac (kilowatt hours (AC))
Solar Output Analysis for Peak, SC
Peak (SC) has a average annual solar AC output value of 5788.17 kilowatt hours (AC). 
The month with the highest historical solar power output in Peak is April with an average of 555.24 kWhac, followed by October at 547.35 kWhac and May at 539.74 kWhac. 
The three months that historically average the lowest average solar output levels in Peak (South Carolina) are December with an average of 381.86 kWhac, followed by January with an average of 388.56 kWhac and February at 406.69 kWhac. 
Cost of Utilities in Peak
Peak Electricity Costs
Electricity prices (residential) in Peak averaged 12.37 cents per kilowatthour (¢/kWh) in September 2018, which was about 5% less than the overall U.S. average residential electricity rate of 13.01¢/kWh in September. 
Solar Power Poll: Peak
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Peak Natural Gas Costs
Natural gas prices (residential) in South Carolina averaged $27.98 per thousand cubic feet (Mcf) in September 2018, which was approximately 62% more than the overall U.S. average residential natural gas rate of $17.32 per Mcf in September. 
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