Solar PV

Photovoltaics or PV is a method by generating electrical energy from the solar power that the sun radiates into direct current energy using semiconductors or inverters. PV uses  solar panels composed of a number of solar cells containing a photovoltaic material.  Materials presently used for photovoltaics include monocrystalline silicon, polycrystalline silicon,amorphous silicon, cadmium telluride, and copper indium gallium selenide/sulfide. Due to the increased…

Solar Power Homes

Solar Power Homes

Solar Power Homes

When was the last time you looked at your hydro bill and was impressed at how low it was, or are you still waiting for that to happen. You may have noticed that electricity rates in Ontario have been on a steady climb for the last ten years, and the future doesn’t look any brighter. There is a way that you can curb this incline by participating in the government of Ontario’s program for solar power homes. Solar power homes are typically homes that are plugged in to the MicroFIT program. The homes generate revenue from electricity sold to the grid at a higher rate than what the market value is. Currently, the typical solar power home generates an average of $400/month of revenue from the sale of electricity.

Now lets look at your hydro bill again. How would your hydro bill look if every month you got a cheque for $400. That would likely cover the bill and most of your other utility expenses also.

The MicroFIT program is simple and easy, and made even easier through Paid4Power’s Promotional microFIT solar for homes program. The lowest cost 10 kW system will give you the highest return on investment, and that is offered by Paid4Power.

Plug in to the MicroFIT program and get you solar power home started. Paid4Power will complete the application process for you and they take care of every step of the process.

Remember that government incentives like this never stay around for too long, so now is the time to receive the benefits.

Do you have a rooftop that gets a lot of sun? If you do, you will likely qualify for the program. If you are not sure, just go outside and look to see if the sun hits your roof for most of the day. A perfect south facing rooftop is not required. The government incentives are high enough that most houses qualify for the program. Contact Paid4Power and use their expert advise to see if you qualify.

Solar Power Homes

Solar Power for Homes