Category “Solar News”

What is Canada’s Climate Action Incentive Fund?

31 July 2019, posted under Solar News |

This limited time incentive program helps small and medium sized businesses save money on installing solar generation plants that can save you money for years to come. Now you can save up to 25% on the cost of installation giving you a 4 to 5 year payback. After the system is paid for, you get

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Giant Batteries & Cheap Solar Power Cost Less Than Fossil Fuels

16 July 2019, posted under Solar News |

Los Angeles, California is expected to approve a project as early as July 23, 2019 that will make solar power cheaper than ever by combining a very large solar farm with battery backup provided by one of the world’s largest battery installations. The project includes  Phase 1 and Phase 2 generating farms of  200 megawatts

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Sysco Foods Announces Multi-Site Solar Gardens in Texas Are Operational

28 February 2019, posted under Solar News |

Sysco Foods recently completed 3 solar sites in Texas with a total of 201,792 solar panels covering 224 acres. This demonstrates a strong commitment to renewable energy and to a strong bottom line. Businesses throughout Canada and the U.S. are realizing that solar energy is a good long-term investment and that Ontario’s Net Metering program

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Explainer: What is Solar PhotoVoltaic Energy?

13 June 2017, posted under Solar News |

Explainer: What is Solar Photovoltaic Energy? Abi Skipp   How do rooftop solar panels work?   Andrew Blakers, Australian National University What is Solar Photovoltaic Energy? There are two main types of solar energy technology: photovoltaics (PV) and solar thermal. Solar PV is the rooftop solar you see on homes and businesses – it produces

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General Motors Pledges to 100% Renewable Energy by 2050

27 October 2016, posted under Solar News |

GM Commits to 100 Percent Renewable Energy by 2050 GM pledges to source global electricity from wind, sun and landfill gas, joins RE100 DETROIT – General Motors plans to generate or source all electrical power for its 350 operations in 59 countries with 100 percent renewable energy — such as wind, sun and landfill gas

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