In order to fully enjoy the benefits of the Net Metering Program in Saskatchewan, you must know about a few key variables. For example, you should know what your power requirements are and the times at which you will need the most power. We can help you in analyzing these metrics through comprehensive energy audits.
We at Sundawg Solar want you to make a well-informed decision on how a solar panel system can pay you back and save you money. For this purpose, we at Sundawg Solar offer business/home energy audits using the latest technology that can track your power usage.
These high-tech devices are easily installed by our trained solar panel contractors. Once installed, these devices track the power you use and the time you use it. Once the energy audit is completed, our trained solar panel contractors will tell you which solar system will work best for your business and home.
Our energy audits provide in-depth information about which devices are running and how much power is being consumed at your residential or commercial property. Moreover, with our finest energy-audit services, you will be able to learn how much you can save before installing a solar panel system or any other renewable energy device at your residential or commercial facility. Therefore if you want to learn about your energy consumption, you should get an energy audit from our trained solar panel contractors.
You can save a lot of money with an energy audit, such as by installing a smart thermostat, changing your light bulbs, installing smart plugs, changing your windows and insulating your home.
Energy audits will help you select the perfect solar panel system for your business or home. The sizing of the solar panel system plays an important role in determining the best return on your investment. So make sure that you get an energy audit done by a professional solar panel contractor, as it will help you determine the size of your solar panel system.
Once the solar panels are installed, energy audits can be useful to determine their performance and make sure they are providing the maximum output. The output of the solar panels is also important to qualify for different provincial and federal incentives, such as the SaskPower Net Metering Program, which allows you to generate up to 100 kW (DC) of power.