Join Ontario's Green Energy movement and enjoy the financial rewards it will bring to you

Ontario's Renewable Energy Goals:

The 20-year Ontario Standard Offer Program was established to help Ontario reach its renewable power production target of 20% by 2015, and to reach this goal, is offering subsidized rates to encourage solar development and use.

Now's the time to take advantage of amazing government incentives while helping Ontario reduce its reliance on fossil fuels!

Europe is has already been successful with this type of program:

Denmark, Spain and Germany are the success stories in Europe, with Denmark generating 24.6% of its total power capacity from solar power.

You can own a solar energy installation on your property and be paid by the OPA.

The Ontario Power Authority (OPA) has established a feed–in tariff (FIT) program that enables producers of small renewable energy projects to be connected to the grid. The OPA will pay you the following rates for becoming part of Ontario's solar solution.

  • Rooftop System (microFIT) < 10kW = 80.2 cents per kWh
  • Rooftop System > 10kW and < 250kW = 71.3 cents per kWh
  • Rooftop System > 250kW and < 500kW = 63.5 cents per kWh
  • Rooftop System > 500kW = 53.9 cents per kWh
  • Ground-mount System > 10kW and < 10MW = 44.3 cents per kWh

These rates are guaranteed for 20 years from the date of approval of your applications. Under the program, you could earn an excessive profit over and above the cost of your system. You can be paid monthly or quarterly.

You also add value to your building or land by installing a renewable energy system. This is a great financial opportunity for all Ontarians.

Who can participate in this program?

Business owners in Ontario now have the opportunity to invest in Ontario’s green energy plan through ground-mounted or rooftop solar systems. The OPA is presently accepting applications from interested parties that would like to invest in this program and realize a very generous return.

How can we help?

Here are steps we will take to assist you in making your decision whether or not this program is good for you:

  • Complete site evaluation including a solar shading report,
  • Building and/or land analysis,
  • Electrical balance of systems analysis,
  • Financial review and system proposal.

These steps are part of our service.

Here's how to get started.

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