If an obstruction casts shade at my measurement point for an hour during the day (for example), does the Suneye account for how the shade of that obstruction moves across my array throughout the day?   No, the solar access is computed quite completely for only the single point of measurement (skyline snap). To approximate the solar access for the array, installers need to include a measurement point at every significant corner of the array. The Suneye software then lets the user average the solar access of all chosen skylines to yield an average solar access for the entire array.   Note: reviewer please visit me to clarify if this if I have it wrong. I took a stab at it.

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