How much power (in kW) does each panel produce?

How much power (in kW) does each panel produce?

Most modern panels produce between 330-370 Watts (W) per panel. This has increased from about 180W 10 years ago.  Some newer panels now produce above 400W per panel.
1kW of solar panels = 4kWh of electricity produced per day (roughly)
So, a 5kW solar system will generate about 20kWh on a good day

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