Current Conditions and Future Projections
Solar has become the most cost-effective way to generate energy across the globe. In British Columbia, we are now positioned to get on-board the solar wave with proven programs that promote the technology. A central pillar of the BC approach is an incentive called “Net Metering”. This program gives solar investors access to the electrical grid, which resolves major barriers to accessing solar energy. Through this post I will outline what makes BC great for solar energy and the main incentives you need to know about.
From Conception to Installation
Transparency is a pillar of Adapt Energy’s business and sits atop our value structure as a company. Through this post, I will show you behind the scenes of our modern assessment, design, and quoting procedure in the name of transparency and understanding. This process transitions an initial interest in solar energy into a viable long-term investment and is less complex than you might think. Utilizing cutting edge Geographic Information System (GIS) data, on the ground observations, and practiced design skills, we make solar investment accessible, easy, and high tech.
Canadian PV Solar Assembly
Photovoltaic solar panels (PV for short) turn the sun’s energy into usable electricity. This post will outline the major components of a solar panel that make this form of sustainable energy generation possible. I will focus on how the assembly is performed in a Canadian context and leave the genesis story of the major component parts for another post. In Canada, humans and automated robots work symbiotically to achieve efficient, consistent, and reliable assemblies that are becoming recognized across the world.