Say no to the rising cost of energy.
Just imagine if your wages went up at the same rate as the cost of electricity. If you were making $34,000/year back in May of 2008, you should now be making $82,000. In the course of a 7-year period the cost of electricity has more than doubled in Ontario, despite these hefty increases, power rates still continue to rise and is expected to increase by an additional 40% over the next four years. Unfortunately, household incomes have not kept pace over the same period of time. We are offering you the chance to not only save money, but make it.
Unlike your utility company, the sun’s not going to charge you to provide energy, its free and inexhaustible – it is literally endless. We, as Canadians, are a little late joining the solar revolution but we are finally on our way to realizing solar’s full potential. It’s time to take control of your energy costs. Ontario’s Feed-in-Tariff (FIT) program purchases all the energy your system produces at a guaranteed fixed rate for 20 years. Solar power has the potential to save homeowners thousands over the life of a residential system.
Make a difference with Solar Power.
Solar power systems use the sun to derive clean, pure energy. By installing solar panels on your home, you help combat greenhouse gas emissions and reduces our collective dependence on fossil fuel.
When we talk about the major environmental benefits we're often looking at the large scale projects. There's no doubt that a 20MW solar farm replacing a coal burning power plant will make a difference. But even on the smaller residential scale, your solar power can have a serious impact.
With VantageNRG you can expect to offset nearly 178 tons of carbon dioxide over 30 years*. That's like:
Saving the amount of fuel it takes to drive 390,300 miles, getting you around the equator about 15.7 times.
Planting 10 football fields full of trees, that's approx. 2,316 trees.
Conserving enough water used in electricity production to fill 6.7 Olympic-sized swimming pools.
Displacing emissions equivalent to burning 300 tonnes of coal.
Traditional electricity is sourced from fossil fuels such as coal and natural gas. When fossil fuels are burned to create energy, they emit toxic gases that are the primary cause of pollution and global warming.
Not only are fossil fuels bad for the environment, they’re a finite resource. Limited availability creates a volatile market in which energy prices can skyrocket in a short period of time.