My whole house is made of steel blocks and the roofs copper blocks. Above the house is a floating solar array that connects by 1 wire column down to the highest roof point. Above the 2 other roofs are smaller arrays with fly wheel to power the elevators in those areas. I noticed that my solar panels were not getting me enough stored electricity so I have some furnaces. It doesn’t make sense to me that I would need them tho since I have 50+ solar panels outside. I created another solar array in the basement and removed the back wall like it is outside. It filled the fly wheels right by it but the electricity never moved upwards to the various electronic benches despite my house being all steel blocks.
What is happening? Why don’t my solar panels create enough electricity? I must have around 25 fly wheels to store electricity. It makes no sense to me why the fly wheels by the electric benches fill very slowly and why the electricity from the basement never gets to the upper floors.
I used to have a house in the same place and had my electric benches on the 2nd floor of the basement and the solar panels far above in a similar location as currently and most of the fly wheels on the roof. For the electricity to get from above the house to the benches below the house i had to scroll up to it for the electricity to move down the wire to the benches. I still had to supplement with furnaces tho. I rebuilt my house this time with the benches closer to the solar panels above the house hoping that it would work better and I wouldn’t need to use the furnances.
What am I doing wrong? I even tried running copper wire from the basement to the benches near the top when the whole house is steel anyway. No matter what I do most of my electricity has to come from the furnace and it’s super frustrating. Help!