Conventional home and water heating equipment can be costly, and contribute to carbon emissions. Take advantage of an abundant renewable resource to heat your home and the water you use every day. Solar home and water heating equipment capture sunshine and turn it into energy to heat your home—which translates into savings in your energy use, your money, and our environment.
This equipment requires little maintenance, and rebates for eligible homeowners are available year-round. Solar equipment is certainly a bright idea for homes of any type.
Solar PV powered homes can help you reduce your energy bills by $1,500 per year on average.
Solar air heaters capture heat from sunlight, a renewable energy source that’s surprisingly abundant in Nova Scotia, and uses it to heat your home.
Solar hot water systems convert sunshine to heat energy and use it to pre-heat your hot water, saving you up to 50% on your bills.
Solar Fact Guide
Before you begin your project, contact Efficiency Nova Scotia to learn about rebates or financing options for solar equipment. Visit...
Homeowner’s Guide to Passive Solar Energy
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