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Incentives and Financing.
NET Metering - The SaskPower Net Metering Program allows customers to utilize up to 100 kilowatts of renewable power to generate and receive credit for the excess power they generate for use in lower production months. This will program can dramatically decrease or eliminate monthly power bills. (consumption cost)
Contact us today. Utilize the SaskPower NET Metering Program, our National Purchasing Power, and Flexible Financing to your advantage and create a Return on Investment that meets your unique needs.
The Canada Greener Homes Grant and CMHC 0% Interest Loan will help homeowners make their homes and properties more energy-efficient and offer a $5000.00 grant for qualifying energy-efficient systems such as solar panels.
The Government of Canada GICB program is making it easier for Canadians to improve the places in which they live and gather, including by cutting pollution (e.g. reducing GHG emissions, increasing energy efficiency, building resiliency to climate change, and encouraging new builds to net zero standards), making life more affordable and supporting thousands of good jobs.
Infrastructure Canada invites municipal or regional governments, public sector bodies, not-for-profit organizations, provincial or territorial governments, and Indigenous recipients to apply for funding for eligible projects. Please note that individuals and for-profit organizations are not eligible to apply.
Financing - Commercial and Ag/Farm applications. We utilize recognized financial providers to ensure the security of our client's investments. Contact us for details and information on financing to best suit your requirements.
NRC Accelerated Tax Credit (Commercial) -The Government of Canada makes renewable energy more attractive for commercial/small businesses and Farm/Ag operations by providing business income tax incentives. Capital costs of systems that produce energy by using renewable energy sources such as SOLAR are eligible for accelerated capital cost allowance. The installation is a 100% tax deduction for the first year. This can take years off the ROI of our solar systems. Talk to your accountant and be sure to leverage this Tax Credit.