Solar panels are capable of producing 1000 watts of power per square meter when exposed to direct sunlight. The amount of hours of full sun you get in your area can vary greatly, depending on where you live. For example, if you live in an area with only 3 hours of full sun during the winter months, then you can only use your 1000 watt bulb for 3 hours per square meter of solar panels installed in your home. To calculate the total power output of your solar panel, simply multiply the size of the panel (in square meters) by 1000.
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