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.
Solar panels are cheaper, more efficient, and more accessible to homeowners than ever before.
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.