PAST PROJECTS

As we own and operate residential/commercial/utility solar sites, we understand what is important to you.  We think like an owner not like your typical contractor

20211130_145108.jpg

RESIDENTIAL

Residential rooftop solar PV project types are the smallest in size, ranging from 5 to 20 kilowatts (0.005-0.2MW).  For comparison, the average Canadian household uses approximately 900 kWh (0.9 MWh) per month.  Prior to installation, residential solar installers will typically conduct a feasibility study to determine factors such as total shade-free area, insolation, potential power output and optimal panel orientation.

20211128_104443.jpg

FARM

Farm solar PV project types are larger the residential projects typically >20 kilowatts.  Prior to installation, residential solar installers will typically conduct a feasibility study to determine factors such as total shade-free area, insolation, potential power output and optimal panel orientation.

20211209_111904.jpg

COMMERCIAL

The size of these projects tends to be smaller than with utility-scale projects, hovering around 0.1-1 MW.  This projects supply power to corporate organizations and industrial plants.

IMG_9552.jpg

UTILITY SCALE

A ‘utility-scale’ solar project is usually defined as such if it is 1 megawatts (MW) or more in DC size.  Utility-scale projects primarily serve utility companies like SaskPower.  We worked on several projects like this one, which are just under 4MW and occupy around 20 to 30 acres of land.