Clarence-Rockland Ontario includes several installations of solar energy panels. Typically the installations are on rooftops of household or commercial buildings.
However what exactly are the building owners profiting from?
As of 2009 the Ontario Power Authority has been running the MicroFit program. Through the MicroFit opportunity, energy minded people including building and business owners have the ability to use photovoltaic panels on their rooftops, distribute the power that the panels generate right back to the grid and make a 15% return on your investment for the up coming 20 year duration.
Presently the OPA is giving legal agreements of 39.6 cents per kilo-Watt Hour made. Every written contract that the OPA supplies is for 20 yrs. It’s an interesting investment option that ensures earnings for the coming 20 yrs as long as the rays of the sun are constantly radiating.
Almost all solar panel systems on personal rooftops at present are 10 kW. Paid4Power Inc, located in Guelph, is providing the lowest price for all of Ontario for a ten kW rooftop solar module. For less than $30k Paid4Power will certainly apply to the OPA on your behalf, have an engineer examine your roof as well as put up the solar panel system. The one thing Paid4Power is unable to include in the cost is the connection price.
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Solar is simple if you make it that way. Get the process started and find out the level of clean energy you can generate. Do your part and take a look at the benefits associated with going solar. Don’t delay, call right now.
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