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The Impact of Ontario’s Climate Change Action Plan

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Imagine a world where you no longer have to cringe when you look at your hydro bill.  Now imagine a world where your home or business generates as much energy as you use each year.  Relief from the chaos has become more possible than ever with your own renewable energy source for power generation.  By making changes

Financing Options for Solar Installations

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Are you looking to invest in a solar panel installation for your home, but having trouble financing the project? You're probably not the only one in this situation. Lots of homeowners are looking for ways to set up microFIT or net-meter programs and need help with the financing. Luckily, we have a solution! Did you

  • Energy Transmission Contributes to Your Hydro Bill Delivery and Regulatory Charges in Guelph

Your Hydro Bill Explained – Part 4

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Do you ever find your eyes glazing over as you read your hydro bill? We’ve been there! As you make your way further into the list of line items, it can feel like things are making less and less sense. Hydro companies don’t bother to provide a context for these charges—but that’s where we can

  • Ontario microFIT program Solar Panel Installation in Guelph Ontario

What Is The MicroFIT Program?

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The microFIT program is an Ontario government program that allows homeowners, farmers, churches and others to generate clean, green electricity on their rooftops and properties and sell it to their local hydro company. It’s a winning combination – you can make money while doing good backed by a 20-year government contract. More than 150,000 Ontario

Gravenhurst Centennial Centre

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Bluewater Energy is proud to announce the completion of a solar installation project for Ameresco Canada at the Gravenhurst Centennial Centre.  The Centennial Centre is home to one of the best ice rinks in the Muskoka area.  In 2014, the town of Gravenhurst committed to building a new refrigeration plant for the facility, with a