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Solar power contractors in Nova Scotia say they are facing significant business challenges due to extensive payment delays from the federal Canada Greener ...
Yes, the solar industry in Canada is booming. But did you know this one province in particular is growing at record speed?
They are also now floating the idea of community solar. Justifying that community solar would be a way for the province to make ...
Get the scoop on what’s included in the new commercial net-metering program that was recently announced for Nova Scotia
The new program will enable eligible businesses to install systems capable of generating up to 1,000 kilowatts.
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Nova Scotia resident furious after hurricane Fiona completely destroys her Father’s ground mount—blames installation and product company
The installation and product company; brushed her off and refused to answer her questions.
First National Park in Canada to establish a net zero campground.
Nova Scotia's power grid is among those in Canada with a higher dependence on fossil fuels.
Nova Scotia backlog of solar permits could completely derail an already tumultuous installation season
Few Nova Scotians are able to get panels installed quickly on account of red tape.
Regulatory changes in Nova Scotia could detour homeowners from investing in solar, future net metering earnings minimized
Electricity Act amended to remove net-metering for some users, and cap on large producers eliminated. Amendments focus on efficiency benefiting businesses developing large-scale ...
Homes with solar panels see average energy savings of up to CAD 1,500.00, per year, in Nova Scotia
Nova Scotia Power has been fined $250,000 for failing to meet reliability and customer service standards
The Nova Scotia Utility and Review Board found the company missed six of 13 performance targets in 2019
The SolarHomes rebate program has received more than 1,000 applications