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Solar energy producers invest in alternative energies to save money and know they protect the environment. Solar fixes the energy costs, avoiding utility rate increases and dependency in case of outages. Some provinces like Ontario have a feed-in tariff that offers to purchase the solar power from your system, creating an stable income stream. The feed-in tariff policies are the fundamentals to create future auto sufficient solar city.
Solar energy does vary throughout the year. During the shorter days of winter, the solar energy production will reduce accordingly. Having a feed-in tariff program in your area not only reduces your energy bill but also serves as a production buffer. No more need to add deep cycle batteries, the grid become a huge renewable energy accumulator
In practice, grid-tie system owners don’t usually worry about snow since the panels are made to be self-cleaning.
Solar PV panels feature a 25 year output warranty and will likely last for 30 years or more. This means that the system you install today will produce free and reliable electricity for decades. As an investment in your home, cottage,RV or business location your system will enhance its value while delivering clean, quiet energy for you to use. Now that’s a smart and future-proof investment! Feed-in tariff offer you a long term contract that could pay your solar system within a few years of operation.
Grid-tie solar systems are used for homes and business in urban and rural environments where network distribution is available. A solar rooftop system can produce some or most of the electricity consumed on-site. Most Canadian houses use between 10,000 kWh and 25,000 kWh per year. Solar systems feed-in tariffs can reduce your grid dependency and give you a long-term income.
Grid-tie systems safely disconnect in the event of a power failure. We offer the option of a deep-cycle battery backup that would run some selected loads like pumps or lighting in the event of a blackout.
In most of Canada, a kilowatt (1000 watts) of solar panels (area A. of 65 ft²), mounted with good exposure facing south, could generate between 1,500 and 1,700 kilowatt hours (kWh) of electricity per year.