Solar Energy: Good for the Environment – Good for your Budget

  • Are you tired of rising energy bills?
  • Do you want to contribute to a greener future for our children?
  • Do you want free energy with a small initial investment?

With Ontario's FIT & microFIT programs you can make money selling your solar energy back to the grid. Pay for your solar project and then start making a return on your investment in a few short years!

Fit 4 is open for new solar energy applications effective June 21, 2016

Now you can get into a MicroFit with no money down
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The Global Point team can help to create your solar EPC solution.
Over 6 mega watts of experience in the Ontario Fit program.
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Time to purchase Solar Panels

500 kW solar energy system

500 kW in Whitby Ontario

 

500 kW – 60,000 – 90,000 sq.ft.

You can Earn

$3,000,000

This solar panel installation is for a roof measuring 60,000-90,000 sq.ft.

 

250 kW solar energy system

250 kW in Port Perry Ontario

 

250 kW – 30,000 – 45,000 sq.ft.

You can Earn

$1,400,000

This solar panel installation is for a roof measuring 30,000 – 45,000 sq.ft.

 

120 kW solar energy system

120 kW with solar energy hot water in Omemee Ontario

 

120 KW – 9,000 – 20,000 sq.ft.

You can Earn

$600,000

This solar panel installation is for a roof measuring 9,000-20,000 sq.ft.

 

10 kW solar energy system

10 kW in Omemee Ontario

 

10 kW – 900 – 1600 sq.ft.

You can Earn

$70,000

Go solar with microFIT!

 

Purchase Direct From Experts

Global Point Energy installs high quality solar panels that function perfectly in the coldest Canadian winter. Our solar panel systems were chosen by both U.S military and Canada’s municipally-owned solar power plant at Lilly lake, while our commercial customers range from hotels and apartments to dairy farms

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