Solar Power

By: Goldwater Solar  09-12-2011
Keywords: Electricity

Solar Power

We offer custom solutions for solar power systems.  Currently, the Ontario Power Authority is offering 80.2 cents/kWh for electricity generated from solar photovoltaic systems that are 10kW in size or less.  The electricity from your solar photovoltaic system is put back into the electricity grid and the local utility pays you for the electricity produced over a 20 year contract.  Our systems provide an attractive return on investment and can provide a payback of 6 – 10 years.

We can quickly determine what is possible for your situation and can help you apply to the Ontario Power Authority and your local utility for interconnection with the electricity grid.

Keywords: Electricity

Other products and services from Goldwater Solar

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Services

Our high performance solar water heaters provide our customers with an environmentally preferable approach that achieves long term energy savings. Goldwater Solar specializes in the installation of solar water heating systems for residential, commercial, and industrial customers. In light of rising natural gas and electricity prices, solar water heating has become very cost-effective.


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Solar Pool Heating

The solar pool heater also allows your system to drain itself to prevent freezing in the winter and, when combined with the solar controller, it knows when to circulate the water through your system. When the temperature on the roof is warmer than the temperature in the pool, a 3-Port valve automatically turns to direct the flow of water to the roof first and then to the pool.


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Solar Water Heating

Heat transfer fluid flows to your roof, through the solar collector where it heats up, and finally returns back to the solar storage tank that feeds your current natural gas or electric water heater. Over the last few years the cost of energy has risen significantly, making the cost for heating your water more expensive. For decades people have been using solar water heaters to heat their water using the sun’s energy.