That's AMAZING! For me I would likely never be able to get to zero as my roof is really small, and an array in the yard - wife wouldnt have it. The price for me just isnt there yet. I have some friends in the industry still who could help me get panels cheap, materials and install, but Im hoping to move here in the next few years to a single story for the wife and then use that larger roof footprint and get it installed right from the beginning of us living there. Of course, having a house facing one side due south would be great, and I have that now but the roof footprint is too small. Im an all or nothing kinda person and I wouldnt want to commit to an array on my roof that at best would get me 50% of my daily consumption on a really good day and probably 5-10% on a bad day.Well, after re-reading that, I made a huge mistake when I was typing. It was Feb 20 thru March 1 that I had two days worth of production, not Jan 20 thru March 1. That typo makes all the difference in the world . Although, it still means if I thought I was trying to be off-grid, I would have had to have some extreme battery capacity.
My electric bill for March (got the bill yesterday) was zero, with a credit of $34 and some change. February's bill was $35, so I basically earned my money back.