How much does it cost
to go solar?

For homeowners, going solar makes sense.
And a lot of cents!

Utilizing solar energy is a sound financial investment and also serves as a great way to lower your carbon footprint. Saskatchewan, Alberta, and British Columbia stand out as regions in Canada with exceptional solar potential, ensuring a steady supply of solar power for residential use. Beyond powering your own home with solar energy, any surplus electricity generated can be sent back to the grid, allowing you to accumulate credits for future consumption. Beyond just dollars and cents, you will play a pivotal role in combating climate change for the well-being of generations to come.

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Cost of Solar Simplified

average solar panel installation cost

installation cost

$15,000 - $30,000

Reduce installation costs with:

  • Ask us about programs and incentives that can save you money.
  • Up to $40,000 loan over 10 years at 0% interest.
produce your own power with solar panels

produce your
own power

  • Offset your energy bill. Never pay for electricity again!
  • Sell back extra power to the grid. Our customers often generate more power than they use from March to September. With Net Metering, you "bank power" with Fortis or BC Hydro for the winter months.
10-12 year payback

10-12 year

  • Payback ranges on many factors including your homes' size, energy consumption, location, orientation, and home solar system options.
  • The beauty of solar is that it's only a matter of time before your entire system is paid off and you enjoy free energy for life.
boost your home value by 3-4%

boost your home
value by 3-4%

  • Research shows a 3-4% increase in value for homes that have solar panels.
  • For example, a $800,000 home could get a $24,000 to $32,000 lift in value.
  • In addition, homes with solar often sell faster!

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I knew nothing about Solar, you guys explained it all in plain english that I understood and then just made it really easy for us!

-Patricia & Kevin

Frqeuently Asked Questions

The cost of residential solar panels varies depending on factors such as the size of the system, home location/orientation, immediate surroundings like landscaping or other buildings, and installation costs. However, there are often incentives and rebates available to help offset the initial cost.

Net Metering means when your Solar system produces more power than you’re using, the extra power goes into a kwh (Kilowatt hour) bank to be used in the winter. You can essentially store energy produced to be used later in the year when we get less sun during the day for use during the night.

Solar Panel Cost & Efficiencies