I think this is the right place to post this. Basically I am working on a college project to find out about integrating solar technology in to commercial aircraft and so far have calculated in peak sunlight my current design would only produce 36 volts on a Boeing 777
which isn't quite what I was hoping for, however before changing the design I still need to calculate how much fuel saving this tiny voltage production could save on fuel across a flight.
Does anyone know how to calculate how much less fuel an aircraft would use if 36 volts were fed in to the cabin lighting circuit during a flight, even if it is literally half a drip?
Thanks in advance.