The 3 top-performing solar stocks right now—and why they’re gaining so much momentum

In 2020, clean energy demand proved resilient as renewables and storage recorded declining costs and rising capacity and usage factors. Other analysis indicate this trend will continue in 2020 As solar photovoltaic technology continues to grow in popularity, with a progressive U.S administration and Canadian government focused on climate change, investors are turning to solar stocks forContinue reading “The 3 top-performing solar stocks right now—and why they’re gaining so much momentum”

After years of waiting, Canada finally has a federally-funded solar incentive program

The Leaders Summit on Climate, hosted by President Biden represented a critical step forward in the fight against climate change. The summit underscored the urgency of the climate crisis, along with the breadth of economic opportunities associated with decarbonization. Throughout the summit, countless nations committed to more aggressive carbon emission reduction targets, including Canada, which pledgedContinue reading “After years of waiting, Canada finally has a federally-funded solar incentive program”

Making the Case for a Canada-Wide Solar Incentive

In just a few short months, the coronavirus pandemic has profoundly destabilized the world’s economies and brought on a devastating recession sure to have lasting impacts. Governments around the world have scrambled to unload a tsunami of government expenditure and social programs to avoid economic collapse. Where countries choose to direct this expenditure will haveContinue reading “Making the Case for a Canada-Wide Solar Incentive”

Should Ontario Pursue Third-Party Ownership for Solar Modules?

Between Kathleen Wynne and Doug Ford, Ontario has now experienced two government’s vastly different approaches on how to handle the rapidly growing solar industry. The former Liberal government introduced the Feed-In-Tariff (FIT) and Micro-FIT program, which offered highly subsidized rates for homeowners who bought residential solar panels. In contrast, the current Progressive Conservative government hasContinue reading “Should Ontario Pursue Third-Party Ownership for Solar Modules?”

Agriculture and Solar Energy: A Symbiotic Relationship

For many young Canadians, career prospects are bleak, with little hope for change. Economic anxiety grips the country, even as the governing Liberal party has enjoyed a relatively stable economy throughout their time in office. Currently, there are nearly five post-secondary graduates for every job opening requiring a university or college degree. There just doesn’tContinue reading “Agriculture and Solar Energy: A Symbiotic Relationship”