Notice of Change to Terms and ConditionsEffective March 30, 2020, changes to the Terms and Conditions of the Change Homes for Climate Solar Program will go into effect. These changes extend the deadlines for completion of projects and were made in response to project delays that may be, and are being, experienced as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. Below, please see, in bold, an outline of the changes: “3.0 CHCSP Application Deadlines Applications must be completed and received within one year of the interconnection approval by the applicable wire service provider. For applications that have received Part 1 approval on or before March 31, 2020, the project on the Residential Property must be energized and interconnected, and all supporting information required under section 5.2 must be submitted by September 31, 2020. For applications that have received Part 1 approval after March 31, 2020, the project on the Residential Property must be energized and interconnected, and all supporting information required under section 5.2 must be submitted within 9 months of the Part I approval date.”
If you have any questions about any of these changes, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 587-287-1903.
WHAT IS THE CHANGE HOMES FOR CLIMATE – SOLAR PROGRAM?
The City of Edmonton is helping Edmontonians install solar systems on their homes to produce renewable energy.The City is offering Edmontonions $0.40/watt towards the cost of the system, which is roughly 15% of the cost of going solar! Thinking about installing a solar system on your home? Now is the time. Generating local renewable energy is one of the most impactful ways of taking action on climate change. Terms & Conditions
Turn your home into a tiny power plant.With 2,300 hours of sun in an average year, Edmonton is one of the sunniest cities in Canada. Solar panels can supply anywhere from a few percent up to 100% of your electricity, and while electricity only accounts for 16% of the energy used in Edmonton, it produces around 40% of the Greenhouse Gas Emissions. With rooftop solar, you’re not just protecting yourself from the ups and downs of energy prices, you’re reducing the carbon footprint of your home and your community.
HOW TO PARTICIPATE AND GET THE REBATE?
Work with a qualified solar provider to take advantage of existing residential rebates.Hire a qualified solar provider listed on the Solar Providers Directory of either the Solar Energy Society of Alberta (SESA) or the Canadian Solar Industries Association (CanSIA).