June 23, 2021

The high level of interest in solar in the Kootenay brings Dandelion Renewables to this beautiful area frequently. In this blog, I will cover the most commonly asked questions related to solar power. Firstly, the entire Kootenay area is divided between 3 utility companies: Nelson Hydro, Fortis BC and BC Hydro. Each of the companies … Continue reading “Kootenay Solar Commonly Asked Questions”

June 17, 2021

More Canadian homeowners and businesses are choosing to “go solar” than ever before. Solar rebates and incentives have vastly contributed to the enhanced usage of solar panels. In addition to the reduced costs of solar energy, you can also help protect the environment by using a solar system for your home or business. Solar power … Continue reading “Environmental Benefits Of Solar Power Systems”

November 25, 2020

Installing rooftop solar panels can be more complicated than you think. There are many factors to consider that go beyond mere functionality. Some of the vital things include the solar power system’s looks, durability, maintenance, external environment, and compliance concerns. We will now discuss essential solar panel installation considerations for solar system installation teams in … Continue reading “Essential Things To Consider When Installing Solar Panels”

November 18, 2020

Alberta boasts itself as the largest honey producer among all Canadian provinces, with commercial bee farms ranging in size from 100 to greater than 10,000 colonies. Alberta’s commercial beekeepers are continuously trying to decrease their costs and greenhouse gas emissions through alternate energy options to become increasingly energy-efficient, says Connie Phillips, the executive director of … Continue reading “Dandelion Renewables Helps Alberta Commercial Beekeeping Industry Explore Energy Efficiency Opportunities”

November 11, 2020

Are you considering installing a solar power system at your home or office? Going green in this day and age is significant for several reasons; it’s an economical, sustainable, and responsible way of ensuring you receive an uninterrupted supply of electricity for more extended time periods. After deciding to go solar, the first thing you … Continue reading “Qualities Of The Best Solar Energy Contractors”

November 4, 2020

More and more households have been installing solar power systems due to their increased efficiency in cost and performance. Installing a solar photovoltaic PV system at your home means you’re ready to make a long-term investment toward independence in terms of your energy needs. Your solar panel pays for itself in the long run, depending … Continue reading “Solar Panels Help Improve Your Homes Value”

October 29, 2020

Canada is one of the most feasible countries in the world that has a bright future for renewable energy production. The main reason for this feasibility is the presence of natural resources in Canada that are essential for the production of renewable energy like wind and solar power. Canada has a vast scope of wind … Continue reading “What Makes Canada A Paradise For Renewable Energy Sources?”

October 22, 2020

All solar systems operate on the same basic principles. First they convert sunlight into DC power through the photovoltaic PV effect. This DC power can either be converted by a solar inverter into AC power or stored in a battery and run home appliances. Depending on the solar system type, any excess solar energy can … Continue reading “What Type Of Battery Is Best For An Off-Grid Solar System?”

October 14, 2020

Solar power is one of the most widely used forms of clean energy today. Compared to hydropower, solar energy is still a relatively newer form of renewable energy; although it has gained increased popularity in a very short period of time. There are some misunderstandings about solar energy’s efficiency because it’s still somewhat new to … Continue reading “Debunking Common Solar Energy Myths”

October 8, 2020

The solar industry has expanded exponentially in Canada, and so have related policies, solar power systems, and incentives to make it increasingly accessible to its potential users. One of the vital solar incentives for grid-tied solar power generators is called “net energy metering” (NEM) or “net metering”. Net metering, as of Sep 2020, is offered … Continue reading “Things You Should Know About Net-Metering In Canada”

September 25, 2020

Dandelion Renewables is delighted to announce that we have successfully installed one of our increasingly significant solar projects, the Bon Accord Solar Project. The solar farm installation is located in Sturgeon County, Alberta, on the south side of Bon Accord. On September 18, 2020, Bon Accord Mayor David Hutton unveiled the new 648kW solar farm … Continue reading “Dandelion Renewables Builds Sturgeon’s Largest Solar Photovoltaic Array”

September 16, 2020

An increasing number of Canadian leaders, belonging to both private and public sectors, are pledging to support the government’s climate change actions as the link between climate change and human activities becomes clearer. Furthermore, as information on sustainable practices and business performance develops, business leaders are finding it challenging to ignore their benefits. This is … Continue reading “How Businesses Can Introduce Sustainable Practices Into their Companies”