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David O'Neil wrote:
906 kilowatt-hours, [...] enough to power a two-person household for about three months.
That is assuming you are either living in a rather warm climate, or you do not use electricity neither for hot water nor room heating.

The average Norwegian household uses 16 000 kilowatt-hours a year, 1333 kWh per month on the average. Heat pumps are used everywhere, we switched to LED based light years ago. (Before the heat pump / LED takeover, the average poser consumption was 20 000 kWh/year.)

906 kWh / 3 months is 10 kWh a day. I spend that much even midsummer, on cooler/freezer, hot water, cooking, washing machine, dishwasher and various other electric equipment and tools, and of course a little light for basement/attic or at late night.
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