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Saskatchewan’s best kept secret for decades now revealed: SOLAR

Regina is ranked as the #1 location in all of Canada and #6 in the world for solar potential, according to Natural Resources Canada’s 2007 mapping study.

Regina might get the glory in this study, beating out places like Sydney, Australia for solar potential, but all of Saskatchewan is a top-ranked destination for solar.

This may come as a surprise, but solar panels actually work better in cooler climates and Saskatchewan has more hours of sunshine than almost anywhere else. So nice work Saskatchewan!

That means if you have never considered using solar for your home, farm or business, you should.

Why you might ask?

1. Solar technology has never been easier or cheaper to install

In fact, 2/3 of our payment options require $0 money down.

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2. Generous rebates from government (LIMITED TIME OFFER)

If you live in Saskatchewan and apply for net metering before November 30, 2018, you are eligible for a 20% rebate from SaskPower, Saskatoon Light & Power or the City of Swift Current.

The not-so-fine print: rebates are up to $20,000 on eligible costs of a solar power system.

3. Reducing your carbon footprint

Emissions are ZERO. That’s a good number.

4. Save serious money on your power bill as power rates continue climbing

Most of our clients cut their power bills cut in half or completely eliminate them altogether.

That’s because our panels produce power 2-4 cents per KW/H cheaper than SaskPower. So no matter what solar model you select, your bill will go down. That’s good news when you usually just hear about your power bill going up.


Solar is a great option for any community, municipality, business, not-for-profit or homeowner looking to reduce and stabilize their power bills for the foreseeable future.

We know you will have questions, and our friendly staff is here to help.

Ready to learn more?
Get a free quote.

You can also call us at 1- 833-TGSOLAR or 1-833-847-6527.

– Your friends at TruGreen Energy

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