Covid-19 has been a major disrupting force worldwide, crippling economies, disrupting trade, consumption patterns, and altering work arrangements. While these changes have had devastating impacts on an aggregate scale, not all industries have been hit the same.
Solar panels lower electricity costs, improve property value, increase energy independence and resilience, and contribute to the fight against climate change in a localized fashion.
There is a lot of talk in the residential solar industry, about a so-called “solar panel maintenance burden.” Let’s set the record straight. There is no such thing.
The increasing prevalence of rolling blackouts across Canada has commonly been attributed to the adoption of large-scale renewable technologies. In actuality, renewable energy protects consumers from power outages. The real culprit for rolling blackouts is threefold; extreme weather events, exploding electricity demand, and an aging electrical grid.
Toronto — September 22, 2020 /PVBuzz Media/ Solar X, a local Canadian residential and commercial solar contractor specializing in aesthetically pleasing and long-lasting system designs, launches its solar panel reuse + recycle program.
There is something appealing about having solar X installed solar panels on your roof. They bring a sense of modernism, of independence, and of environmentalism. For many homeowners, the idea of generating clean electricity and reducing their energy bills means a lot more than just the savings.
That’s why we are recommending they avoid these top 7 mistakes when going solar.