Why are PVs rated in kWpk rather then kilowatts?
kWpk means the power expected to be generated under the comparatively ideal conditions known as STC. In other words, a 100Wp panel will produce a maximum of 100W in peak (STC) conditions - this is equivalent to a bright sunny midsummer day in the UK.
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