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Economical Benefits
Go Solar & Watch The Meter Go Backwards
  • Generate Revenue by Selling Power Back to The Electrical Grid.
  • Create Power Independence by Producing Your Own Electricity.
  • Become a Power Provider. Manage and Control Future Electricity Costs.
  • Realize Profit From “Rooftop Square Footage”.

Finally, there is the ability to sell power back to the grid at a price higher than the net-metering rate. Install a Net Meter capable of calculating the energy you create. Not just what you consume.

More and more homeowners are realizing the benefits of generating their own electricity while tied into a Feed In Tariff (FIT) program where the Ontario Power Authority will pay 80.2 cents per kilowatt hour produced over a fixed 20 year contract.

That’s right. Your investment will position you as a power provider and as a supplier of clean energy under contract with the government of Ontario. Once the application is approved you will enter into a power purchase agreement with the Ontario Power Authority where they will commit to purchase the power produced by your solar PV installation for a term of 20 years.

Environmental Benefits

Support Clean Energy - The average solar PV residential system (based on 5kW), would save nearly 175 tons of carbon dioxide over its 30 year lifespan - equivalent to removing 32 cars from the road. It takes approximately 4,487 new trees to absorb that much co2 produced by fossil fuels.

Unlimited Power Provided by the Sun Do your part to help the energy crisis. Solar is a true renewable and sustainable source of energy. Reduce the dependency on fossil fuels and produce your own electricity, while reducing your carbon footprint.

Your solar PV installation will help ease the strain on Ontario’s electricity system, reduce air pollution, promote sustainability, protect the environment and create new, high-skilled jobs.

Photovoltaic systems can significantly reduce the carbon footprint of businesses and cities.


A family’s average solar installation will help reduce demand from existing electric power plants and offset their carbon emissions.

According to a study by the American Solar Energy Society (ASES), energy efficiency and renewable energy technologies can provide most, if not all, of the carbon emissions reductions needed to contain atmospheric carbon concentration.

Scientists say solar power makes it feasible and affordable to achieve a large portion of the aggressive reductions in emissions of carbon dioxide (co2).



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