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In Western Canada, most residential solar installations are retrofits, with homeowners adding photovoltaic (PV) panels to existing properties. The same is true with on-site storage solutions, which
If you’re a homeowner living in Canada, we have some very exciting news. The federal government has recently launched the Canada Greener Homes Grant –
In July 2019, the Pembina Institute published an exhaustive study of 170 Indigenous communities across Canada. And the clean energy thinktank’s core findings were that
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