Insolation Levels (Canada)


Average Insolation (10 year average) kWh/m2/day


State
City
Latitude
Longitude
Jan
Feb
Mar
Apr
May
Jun
Jul
Aug
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec
Year Avg
AB
Edmonton
53°34'N
113°31'W
1.45
2.36
3.41
4.25
4.91
5.42
5.55
4.76
3.52
2.18
1.43
1.21
3.37
BC
Victoria
48°25'N
123°19'W
1
1.82
2.93
4.01
5.13
5.54
5.85
5.28
3.88
2.17
1.11
0.86
3.29
MB
Winnipeg
49°54'N
97°14'W
1.21
2.08
3.27
4.55
5.54
5.80
5.85
4.84
3.32
2.21
1.33
1.02
3.41
NL
St. Johns
45°19'N
65°53'W
1.56
2.27
3.48
4.19
4.76
5.05
5.05
4.54
3.53
2.29
1.43
1.27
3.28
NS
Halifax
44°39'N
63°34'W
1.56
2.31
3.46
4.09
4.82
5.27
5.41
4.86
3.92
2.54
1.53
1.3
3.42
ON
Toronto
43°41'N
79°38'W
1.44
2.27
3.19
4.13
5.15
5.83
5.67
4.82
3.66
2.47
1.48
1.20
3.44
QC

Montreal

45°28'N
73°45'W
1.45
2.36
3.41
4.25
4.91
5.42
5.55
4.76
3.52
2.18
1.43
1.21
3.37
SK
Regina
45°19'N
65°53'W
1.14
1.96
3.02
4.69
5.48
5.79
6.14
4.96
3.42
2.29
1.30
0.95
3.42

Data courtesy of: NASA - Surface meteorology and Solar Energy Data Set

Reference:

Whitlock, C. E., et al., Release 3 NASA Surface Meteorology and
Solar Energy Data Set for Renewable Energy Industry Use.
Rise & Shine 2000, the 26th Annual Conference of the Solar
Energy Society of Canada Inc. and Solar, Oct. 21-24, 2000,
Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada.

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