The Impact COVID-19 Is Having on Solar Power 2020 is still on track to become one of the solar industry’s strongest years despite COVID-19’s impact, temporarily halting industry and commerce around the globe. The demand for energy independence, carbon offsets, and lower utility bills has never been higher. The same is true for energy security, […]
The Benefits of Powering Your Farm with Solar Energy As a food producer, you manage a wide range of fixed and variable costs – many of which are on the rise. Worse still, it’s becoming harder to protect dwindling margins against a backdrop of global competition, disrupted supply chains, and ever-changing regulations. However, there are […]
It is not old news that solar energy is one of the most rapidly increasing resources for renewable energy across North America. Solar energy in 2019 is easily accessible, and some cities and provinces in Canada are even offering individuals or businesses incentives to invest in solar power. As a viewer who has happened upon […]
Canada’s prairie provinces: Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba, are known for their big, bright, beautiful, blue skies and open prairie landscapes. Now, what most people don’t know, is that these gorgeous skies come with the opportunity to create some of the best solar energy found in Canada. However, there are still very few consumers using solar […]
Solar panels are built to withstand the weather. Before installation panels are tested to make sure that they stand up to a variety of weather conditions. However, that does not mean that they are 100% weatherproof, all the time. So, what are some of the weather conditions that can affect solar panelling?
Now, in addition to its environmental benefits, renewable energy comes with a lot of other incentives. The first is monetary; solar power, in particular, is a great investment.
Many of our customers are new to renewable energy and want to know how solar panels turn light from the sun into electricity for their homes. It’s as simple as 1-2-3-4! Silicon panels convert light into DC electricity Inverters turn this power into AC for use in your home The AC power is then connected […]
With the cost of solar coming down over 70% in the last decade and temporary subsidies being announced by the Alberta government that will cover up to 30% of the installed cost, we truly believe that there’s no time like the present.
Homeowners, businesses and non-profit organizations will receive rebates for rooftop solar panels that meet the Residential and Commercial Solar Program requirements as early as this summer.
As part of our pledge to give back to society, we’re proud to announce our partnership with MeshPower, who have been implementing clean, affordable solar electricity grids to communities without access since 2013.