#1 solar industry-focused newswire. We specialize in news reports/analysis and cutting edge R&D discoveries.

Solar energy will represent a crucial stake in helping Nova Scotia meet its ambitious greenhouse gas emission targets.

Across the province, solar energy use has increased 300 percent says the energy and mines minister Derek Mombourquette.

More than 500 families have added solar power generation to their homes and it’s anticipated that will grow even more, as government rebates are phased in and more contractors join the workforce.

“We’re investing $16 million over four years, so our target is up to 2,000 homes will be part of the program and so we know that growth is going to be there,” said Mombourquette.

Last year, there were 13 licensed solar installers working across the province, today there are 57 and it’s part of the growth of the emerging green economy and the work being done to reduce our carbon footprint.

Editorial Team
The Editorial Team comprises a diverse and talented team of writers, researchers and subject matter experts equipped with data and insights to deliver useful news updates. We are experts with the mission to inform, educate and inspire the industry. We are passionately curious, enthusiastic, and motivated to positively impact the world. Send us a tip via hello @ pvbuzz [dot] com.

Woodmac says value of US storage market will increase 737% by 2024

Previous article

GM and LG Chem enter joint venture to build a $2.3b EV battery factory

Next article

You may also like


Comments are closed.

More in News