Solar panels are cheaper, more efficient, and more accessible to homeowners than ever before. Going solar is a major decision for a homeowner to make, and as such, they should perform due diligence to safeguard...
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.
There is a lot of non-credible, and non-factual information about solar energy technology.
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.
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.
Not long ago, this province was the best place for Ontario homeowners to switch from traditional energy to solar power. This was primarily because of the provincial FIT and Micro FIT programs, which provided generous rebates per kWh for roof-mounted and ground solar modules.
Ontario’s solar market is vastly different today. The 2018 Provincial election, which swept in Doug Ford’s Progressive Conservatives, had a chilling effect on the solar industry.