Guelph Solar Mechanical Inc., installers of photovoltaic PV solar panel systems, solar thermal hot water systems and solar pool heaters in Guelph, Kitchener, Waterloo, Cambridge, Puslinch and Wellington County, Ontario.
Guelph Solar installation and project managers can help you build your rooftop solar projects. With experience on built up roofs, ballasted and non-ballasted, EPDM and sloped roofs, Guelph Solar has completed the following;
Electrical installation, including optimized and string systems
intermediate step up transformers
co-ordination with ESA and LDCs
If you have an existing project that you wish serviced (incl. monitoring, operation quality control, damage, or snow clearing), Guelph Solar staff is here to help.
Call today for a quote on your solar project. Anton@guelphsolar.net (519) 820-9203.
Community-Owned Renewable Energy
Guelph Solar is working with local renewable energy co-operatives to complete rooftop solar projects in Wellington, Guelph, and Peel. We apply as the highest priority Contract Capacity Set-Aside co-op projects to greatly increase the chances of projects being approved.
Guelph Solar is working with CED Co-op and GRECO in Wellington, Guelph and Halton for developing large-scale commercial solar projects. Become a member of the Co-op to support and invest in your community's solar projects.
Invest in your Property and generate your own power
If you have a rooftop space with at least 15,000 sq. ft., you can produce your own energy and lock in your hydro rates. Energy rates are ever increasing and by installing your own power, you will protect yourself from these price hikes and inflation.
Criteria of a good solar roof (Contact us for a free assessment):
There is capacity on the local electrical grid to allow solar power to be added.
The roof of the facility is in good condition and sloped.
Southerly roofs are highest-performing, but East-West roofs also work.
Guelph Solar will:
1. Perform a Pre-FIT consultation to determine that there is capacity to connect.
2. Assess your facility to estimate the energy production.
3. Budget the solar photovoltaic project and develop part ownership proposal (if applicable).
4. Perform preliminary structural assessment.
5. Obtain all relevant permits and construct the project with in-house staff.
To inquire or participate contact Anton Lamers at firstname.lastname@example.org or 519.820.9203.