May 12, 2021: If you own a business or commercial real estate, you’ve probably considered investing in solar energy. Solar electricity gives your business control and stability over utility costs for at least 25 to 30 years, and in a time of increasing carbon pricing, that investment will help your business’ bottom line. Since not every commercial building is suitable for solar, we have put together a list of key factors that determine if your commercial building has great potential for a solar power installation.
May 6, 2021: Alltrade/SkyFire a Joint Venture Partnership recently completed the EPC contract to build the 13.7MWp Alberta Solar One (ABS1) solar energy project in the County of Forty Mile near Burdett, Alberta. Alberta Solar One is a ground-mounted solar array that uses Morgan Solar’s proprietary SimbaX optical film to boost the performance of the bifacial photovoltaic modules. […]
February 11, 2021: Note: The Emissions Reduction Alberta program has been fully subscribed for commercial incentives. No more applications are currently being accepted. Emissions Reduction Alberta (ERA) has launched a new Energy Savings for Business Program (as of February 1st, 2021). The program offers funding opportunities to support small-and medium-scale commercial and industrial businesses and is awarding up […]