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We love working on solar systems. It’s an opportunity to invest in green energy and get financial savings in return. Here at Flash Electrical, we work with you to assess your power needs and provide an economical solar solution with high quality results. Check out the SaskPower incentive programs below along with the solar projects we’ve been involved in.
Give us a call and we would be happy to answer your solar questions and provide an estimate!
Net Metering Program
The Net Metering Program from Saskpower is a commercial and residential program that is targeted at netting your power bill to 0.
The overall idea is to install a solar system large enough to power you average annual consumption. In the summer when you produce more power than you consume, Saskpower stores it and credits you for the winter months.
Saskpower is currently subsidizing 20% of the project costs for Solar Power Net Metering.
Small Power Producers Program
Interested in making money by generating green energy and selling it to Sask Power? Sask Power has announced a Small Power Producers Program for systems larger than 100 kw.
There is a limited window of opportunity to sign up for this program. You must have a contract signed between November 17th to November 30th 2018.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=giflt5CMhuI Is solar good for you? What is Net metering? How long does it take for solar to pay for itself? Is there government rebates? How many panels do I need? In this clip we show some of the projects we’ve done over the years. Many people have questions but don’t know what to ask, so
Solar Power is one of the most innovative ways of the future to power your home. This project is a 100kW interconnected solar project finished in 2018. Wakaw now has plans to expanded their renewable resources by also installing solar on the town curling rink. Local businesses have also increased their interest and already have
SaskPower has just launched the Power Generation Partner Program (PGPP), which will support our emissions reduction goal, adding 70 MW of renewable and carbon-neutral customer-generated electricity to our province’s power grid over the next two years. And as you know, a growing number of our customers are interested in generating their own power. Program Details: Replaces
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