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1501, 2019

Clean Tech Trends You Should Expect in 2019

By |January 15th, 2019|Blog, Solar|0 Comments

Clean Tech Trends You Should Expect In 2019 Last year was a great year for the clean tech sector. We saw tremendous growth in the renewable energy industry when the cost of solar continued to plummet which, in turn, sparked the growth of energy storage and other green complementary green products. California, the 5th largest economy in the world, committed to a 100% carbon-free power sector by [...]

1812, 2018

Solar In The Winter

By |December 18th, 2018|Blog, Solar|0 Comments

Solar In The Winter Welcome to the last and final part of our Winter Solar Series! These past three weeks we’ve been busting some myths about solar in the winter time. If you’ve been with us since the beginning then you know that going solar during the coldest, darkest and snowiest season of the year is actually worth it! WINTER RECAP Here’s a quick recap of what [...]

1112, 2018

Solar In The Dark

By |December 11th, 2018|Blog, Solar|0 Comments

Solar In The Dark Another week, another addition to our Winter Solar Series! This is part 3 of our solar series and we will be diving into how shorter winter days and fewer sunlight hours affect your solar production. But first, if you haven’t done so already, be sure to check out last week’s blog post about solar versus snow here. In The Dark As explained in [...]

412, 2018

Solar Under Snow

By |December 4th, 2018|Blog, Solar|0 Comments

Solar Panels VS Snow Welcome back to the second part of our Winter Solar Series! If you missed last week’s post, we discussed how the cold affects solar panel production. (Spoiler: The cold is actually a good thing!) Check out that post here if you haven’t already. Heavy Snowfall So now that we know that the cold actually benefits solar production, what about snow? Can solar panels [...]

2711, 2018

Solar Panels VS The Cold

By |November 27th, 2018|Blog, Solar|0 Comments

Solar Panels VS The Cold Welcome to the first post of our 4 part Winter Solar series! Each week we will be busting some myths about solar panels in the winter time. This week’s topic: How do solar panels perform in the cold? Extreme Temperatures Canada is known as the Great White North, and for good reason. We have long, cold ,dark and snowy winters for a [...]

1511, 2018

Reduced Work Hours Benefit The Environment

By |November 15th, 2018|Blog, Eco-Friendly|0 Comments

Reduced Work Hours Benefit The Environment It may seem counter intuitive – how can less time spent at work increase productivity and output? The answer is simple. When workers have a better work-life balance, they tend to feel less stressed, are happier overall, have a boosted morale and increased willingness to commit to work standards. The Shorter Work Week An experiment conducted by a New Zealand firm [...]