Guessing downsides include igniting the entire reserve (although I think an oxygen source would be needed), making the leak worse, & 3 eyed fish, etc.
Probably obvious, but I have no practical knowledge in any of the domains involved here.
More info at the Louisiana Solar Energy Society.
We just installed a 4.6kW grid-tie system using Enphase microinverters. Its the 2nd "working system" shown on the LSES site.
I'll probably regret sharing this on
I realize that there was probably a solution all along, but thought this a good example of why people don't use some OSS. Sometimes a simple feature is the first thing you check and if its doesn't work out of the box you might not have the time, interest, ability, etc. to investigate the fix. In my case it was time/interest...to easy to open Excel. Take Excel away & my motivations change, but I generally use it for for quick coding calc checks or for data manipulation prior to loading into Postgres and its 2nd nature to do that in Excel.
System checkpoint complete.