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Projects

Solar Energy Production

Equivalent Trees Planted

Greenhouse Gases Reduced Each Year

Projects

Solar Energy Production

Equivalent Trees Planted

Greenhouse Gases Reduced Each Year

Why Ontario Should Go Solar Earlier

Since 2005 Ontario goverment intorduced Micro Fit & FIT program in Ontario and is producing the most solar power of all provinces because of it. With this developed market, Ontario is home to the most knowledge and understanding of solar in Canada. Helping drive down market costs as the industry has had time to mature.

Solar Power Map Ontario

#4
of the sunniest places in Canada, and is geographically primed for solar.

 

Historical Rate Ontario

Raising Utility Rate Protection: Going solar is the best way to hedge your rising electricity cost.

Do you know Ontario has the most sophisticated Utility rate structure compared to any other province in Canada? If it was not due to the hydro fair plan placed in 2018, Ontario’s utility rate is would be the highest in Canada.

More importantly, historical data shows a 5.8% annual increase which is one of the highest in Canada. The average Ontario family is using on average 10,800 kWh per year. That is an approximate spending of $1,707.48 a year before HST.

As a drawback of a mature market, grid infrastructure can’t keep up with Solar growth, the Solar capacity in certain areas is limited and will require a greater cost to connect to the grid in the future. Less than 5% of people will be allowed to connect to the grid given the current state of our infrastructure. Secure your solar spot on the grid now and save on high connection costs before it is too late.

Since 2005 Ontario goverment intorduced Micro Fit & FIT program in Ontario and is producing the most solar power of all provinces because of it. With this developed market, Ontario is home to the most knowledge and understanding of solar in Canada. Helping drive down market costs as the industry has had time to mature.

Solar Power Map Ontario

#4
of the sunniest places in Canada, and is geographically primed for solar.

 

Historical Rate Ontario

Raising Utility Rate Protection: Going solar is the best way to hedge your rising electricity cost.

Do you know Ontario has the most sophisticated Utility rate structure compared to any other province in Canada? If it was not due to the hydro fair plan placed in 2018, Ontario’s utility rate is would be the highest in Canada.

More importantly, historical data shows a 5.8% annual increase which is one of the highest in Canada. The average Ontario family is using on average 10,800 kWh per year. That is an approximate spending of $1,707.48 a year before HST.

As a drawback of a mature market, grid infrastructure can’t keep up with Solar growth, the Solar capacity in certain areas is limited and will require a greater cost to connect to the grid in the future. Less than 5% of people will be allowed to connect to the grid given the current state of our infrastructure. Secure your solar spot on the grid now and save on high connection costs before it is too late.

How Does Solar Work in Ontario

Photovoltaic cells absorb the sun’s energy and convert it into a DC electric current.

A solar inverter converts that DC current into an AC electric current for use in the home.

Your electrical panel then sends this electricity throughout your home to power your electronics.

Excess power not utilized by the home is sent to the grid for credit which can be used for the future. A bi-directional meter will be installed to record these credits.

Paying for electricity is like renting a farm/business. Making payments every month, adding no equity, and never seeing that money again.

Bills will only increase every year, but you cannot stop it.

Paying for solar is an  investment into an appreciating asset on your home.

Solar will limit the effects of increased         energy costs.

Paying for electricity is like renting a farm/business. Making payments every month, adding no equity, and never seeing that money again.

Bills will only increase every year, but you cannot stop it.

Paying for solar is an  investment into an appreciating asset on your home.

Solar will limit the effects of increased energy costs.

Why Polaron in Ontario

Largest Residential Solar Company in Canada is Now in Your Community

Established since 2013, Polaron has become to Canada largest residential solar company. With 3,500 + solar installations national wide. Mostly in Ontario.

From inquiry to install—and beyond—Polaron is helping Ontario residents discover long-term savings with solar

1. Free Consultation

Talk to one of our solar specialists to see what system needs you and your family would require. Our team will provide you with a free proposal that will show you how much you can generate on your roof as well as an in-depth savings analysis

2. System Design

After careful measurements our team will finalize the system design with you to ensure a safe and secure installation

3. Rebate & Permit Application

All rebate and permit applications are taken care of from our professional engineering team

4. Installation

Installs are broken into 2 parts, one for the placement of the panels and the other to connect everything to the home and the grid

5. Final inspection & Activation

A final inspection with both Polaron and a third party electrician is done to ensure everything was installed correctly and according to plan

6. Monitoring and Maintenance

Your install isn’t the end of our relationship—it’s only the beginning. With over seven years in the industry and financial stability you can rest assured that Polaron will be there to handle any issues that arise.

1. Free Consultation

Talk to one of our solar specialists to see what system needs you and your family would require. Our team will provide you with a free proposal that will show you how much you can generate on your roof as well as an in-depth savings analysis

2. System Design

After careful measurements our team will finalize the system design with you to ensure a safe and secure installation

3. Rebate & Permit Application

All rebate and permit applications are taken care of from our professional engineering team

4. Installation

Installs are broken into 2 parts, one for the placement of the panels and the other to connect everything to the home and the grid

5. Final inspection & Activation

A final inspection with both Polaron and a third party electrician is done to ensure everything was installed correctly and according to plan

6. Monitoring and Maintenance

Your install isn’t the end of our relationship—it’s only the beginning. With over seven years in the industry and financial stability you can rest assured that Polaron will be there to handle any issues that arise.

Tier One Products

The best Ontario solar plan for you

Purchase Plan

Own your entire solar panel system from the beginning and maximize your long-term savings

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Maximizes Financial Benefit

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No Monthly Payment

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Potential for External Financing Options

We are the only APsystem Certified Installer in Canada/ Our installers are Solar Installer Canada Certified 

We are the only APsystem Certfied Installer in Canada/ Our installers are Solar Installer Canada Certfied

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Our Projects

*Note: this is only a select sampling of Polaron Solar PV Systems

Our Projects

Alberta Solar PV System

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6.365 KW Solar PV System, Edmonton, AB

Nova Scotia Solar PV System

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8.5 KW Solar PV System, Shubenacadie, NS

Ontario Solar PV System

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9.715 KW Solar PV System, Perth, ON

Solar PV System PEI, Solar Electric Rebate Program

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9.24 KW System, Kingston , Prince Edward Island

*Note: this is only a select sampling of Polaron Solar PV Systems

Reduce your energy bills, for good.

Call 1-888-318-1988 now or click the form below to get your free estimate.

Reduce your energy bills,

for good.

Call 1-888-318-1988 now or click the form below to get your free estimate.