HOMEOWNER SOLAR POWER
Net metered homeowner solar power
Homeowner solar power with a net metered connection powers your house and sends any unused power to the grid for credit against future need. This method gives you the satisfaction of producing some or all of your own power, and reducing your Hydro bill to near zero.
The IESO (Independent Electricity Systems Operator) announced new rules making Net Metered homeowner solar power more attractive that were effective on July 1, 2017. Owners of systems installed before this date will have the option of taking advantage of the new rules.
We expect a rebate program similar to those in Saskatchewan and Alberta to be available in Ontario early in 2018.
We are always happy to provide homeowners with information and free advice. Unfortunately not every home has a suitable roof area on which to install solar panels, so we will look at your site with Google Earth and provide you with a preliminary site assessment. You need to have an open roof that faces between South-East and South-West for best results. (East/West is OK if roof is not steep).
We can't say enough about Mark's integrity and honesty. When he says he will be there he shows up! The price he gives you is the price you pay.He leaves your property clean We have recommended him to others and will continue to do so. When our finances allow, we will definitely have Mark do more work for us
Rob & Cathy in Oshawa
I contacted all BBB listed solar panel installers: Mark from Down-To-Earth Solar Power Inc is definitely down-to-earth! And his company was the only one who actually went up on the roof even BEFORE we had signed any contract to measure and give us several options for a precise layout until we had the one that perfectly fits onto the south and west roof only -- exactly like we wanted it.