Ontario to Save $250 Annually from Rooftop Solar

Many Ontario homeowners are already aware of the savings they can gain from relying on solar power. Having rooftop solar panels installed at homes will cut a big chunk of their electricity bills. However, another piece of good news was found in a Canadian Renewable Energy Association study. It said that all ratepayers, whether they have the panels installed on their rooftop or not, will still benefit in the process.
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What Ontario Homeowners Need to Know about Solar Power

Solar power continues to be in demand as people struggle with the climate crisis. More individuals are getting interested in knowing what they can do to reduce their energy bills while reducing their carbon footprint. 
The Benefits of Installing Solar Panels
If you still haven’t decided about having solar panels installed in your home, here are some of the benefits that might convince you to make that change:

Solar Energy

Solar energy is energy coming from the sun. It goes through PV or photovoltaic cells and gets converted into electricity. There are multiple-scale options on how the energy can be deployed. For example, a calculator can be powered by a single photovoltaic cell. Another one is the motor home lights, or a road sign turned on by a group of photovoltaic cells that comprise a solar panel. 

Energy Market Analysis of the Renewable Power Landscape of Canada in 2017

In 2016, Ontario generated 8.2 percent of its electricity from natural gas, the only essential fossil fuel source it tapped into. Most of the electric consumption of this Canadian province came from non-emitting sources during operation, which accounted for 91.7 percent. It generated 0.1 percent of its electricity from diesel and oil. Lastly, renewable sources supplied around 33.4 percent of its generated electricity.
Generation Trends
Canada has 19 Canadian nuclear power reactors or CANDU. Ontario used 18 of these CANDU reactors to generate 58.3 …