Ontario Residential Solar

Ontario Residential Solar

Solar panels are a great way to produce clean energy, reduce electricity costs, and increase property value. That is why homeowners are taking advantage of our solar technology.

At ProFusion Solar, we specialize in working with our clients to deliver a customized system that is unique to their home. This helps them produce the right amount of energy at an affordable price.

Net Metering is a great way to have your home run on clean, renewable energy. It allows homeowners to utilize solar panels to generate their own electricity to power their homes. In addition, any energy left unconsumed is sent to the utility as a credit that can be redeemed for future consumption.

Why Choose Solar in Ontario?

Canada Greener Homes Grant

In 2021, the Federal Government of Canada introduced the Canada Greener Homes Grant as a way to help homeowners reduce their household emissions by upgrading their homes with clean energy products like solar. 

This Is Great News for Homeowners in Ontario!

Thanks to the Greener Homes Grant, homeowners can receive a rebate up to $5,600.00 from the federal government for installing solar panels on their property for net-metering.

This rebate greatly reduces the upfront capital costs undertaken by the installation process. To help make this program even more smooth in delivery, we at ProFusion handle all application and submission processes involved in attaining the rebate for our clients. This way we can ensure to delivery the highest quality turnkey service in the market.

To learn more about the Canadian Greener Homes Grant, Click Here.

To learn how solar panels can help power your home and remove your electricity bill using net-metering, click the dropdown link below.

Billing for net metering varies from country to country, and province to province.

Generally, utility companies offer a credit for every excess kilowatt fed to the grid. The credits gained from the excess production can be utilized in later months when local energy production drops. This allows solar power that was generated in July to be used in December. 

To learn how net-metering can benefit your home, Click Here.