It depends. The rebate will reduce from $0.50/Watt to $0.25/Watt after June 30th 2019 or whenever the first round of funding is used, whichever comes first. If the financials still look good at that rate, then you can move forward.
Yes, as mentioned above. When the first bucket of funding is exhausted, or on June 30th, 2019 it will continue at a reduced level until Dec 31st 2023 or when the funds run out. See the link below for more rebate details.
All of our installations include a performance warranty from the manufacturer and online system monitoring.
We recommend all customers contact their insurance agency to let them know they are installing a solar PV array on their building.
Yes – we have some really good programs to help you do that. If you’re interested in the green marketing aspect of your project we’d love to chat more.
That’s a tough one. It depends on how quickly we could install a new roof. The good news is, that through this program we can often cover 30% of the cost of the new roof where the solar array is located depending on your tax situation. If you’re interested in this, let us know and we can provide the information to your accountant so they can advise you further on your specific situation.
Nope, we do a lot of projects as “ground mounted” arrays. We can also building covered parking and install the solar on that structure. There are a lot of options, but roof mounting almost always provides the best financial return.
Those situations really depend on several additional factors. If you have more than 5 years remaining in your lease, and a really good relationship with your landlord, we may be able to help. Generally a very quick financial performance analysis and a chat with your Landlord will sort out whether or not it’s worth investing more time into.
Yes, and we have some really good residential installers we work with. Give us a call and we’ll be happy to get you sorted out. If you want to do your business, your home, and maybe even some employees homes – we can often put together a really good package.
Nope, not really. Keep them clean and have an electrician take a quick look once a year.
Either way. Banks generally like to finance these projects for their good customers because it’s such a safe investment. We’re happy to talk to you about financing options.