Net Zero

January 20, 2022: Net Zero homes and buildings are no longer a carbon reduction pipe dream and are now a completely attainable reality. British Columbia and the Government of Canada are both in the process of transitioning building codes and regulations to transition as many buildings as possible to net zero ready status by 2030 to 2032. Between increasing carbon taxation and eco friendly values, there is more reason than ever to invest in your home or business’ clean energy technology. Solar PV is now a critical tool for our communities to achieve a coveted net zero ready status, with the help of BC’s Step Code.

Homes By Sorensen custom home solar

July 29, 2021: One local custom home builder, Homes By Sorensen, has separated itself from the pack by embracing renewable energy, and in their experience, it’s far from a tough sell for people.

April 22, 2021: Homeowners interested in solar energy now have a new tool they can use to execute their low carbon dreams: up to $40,000 in interest free loans administered through the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC).

May 2, 2019:   SkyFire’s vision is to bring the magic of solar to the world for a stronger, healthier and more sustainable global community. As part of this grand vision, we would like to inspire you by sharing stories of local green heroes in your communities. The “Faces of Renewable Energy” series shines a light on the […]

March 17, 2015: In the past, large multi-unit buildings used to be metered as one large customer and electricity charges for individual units would be included as part of their monthly condo fees. This would allow the building owner or condo association to invest in a solar PV system that is optimally sized for the entire building. Multi-unit […]