Solar panels can be a hefty investment so is it worth even spending money on renewable energy? The answer is a definite yes. If you had asked years ago it might have been a maybe, but with modern advancements in tech you can expect reduced costs in the long run. It’s slightly more affordable then before but still comes with a cost. There are many different uses for them. Even homeowners have the option now to invest in renewable energy at the comfort of their own homes.
Solar energy can be a viable and effective renewable energy source in Canada, but its performance and economic feasibility vary depending on several factors:
Whether you’re a contractor, homeowner, or business, there’s a solution for what you’re searching for. Solar energy can work well in Canada, particularly in regions with favourable sunlight and supportive government policies. The government is pushing for clean energy so make sure to take advantage of any federal programs or provincial incentives, these will help reduce the cost for any of your purchases. Make sure to check what the rebates are before selecting your solar panels.
Places with access to sunshine works best for those who are thinking of investing. Solar panels are optimized during sunny days, this means location plays a vital role in how much power you generate. You still collect energy on cloudy or gloomy days, it will just be 10-25% of your typical power capacity. Contact us our solar experts to help you navigate and and consider the factors mentioned above to determine whether solar power is a suitable choice for your home or business in Canada.
E.B. Horsman & Son participates in different green initiatives. Choose from Charge Solar or Banner for your solar panel project. Contact us to get a quote or more information.
Solar energy helps homeowners save money on electricity costs, reduce their carbon footprints and help curb greenhouse gas emissions.
Commercial properties that have solar applications are positively effecting their public image by showcasing their efforts of “going green.”
Solar power systems are used to provide power for industrial oil & gas sites across Canada.