If you’ve been looking at going solar and reside in Saskatchewan, you no doubt have looked into the savings potential offered in the form of the 20% rebate, up to $20,000 currently being offered by the provinces government-owned power provider. The rebate, a part of their Net Metering program is set to expire this fall, in November 2018.
This isn’t necessarily the end of solar incentives in Saskatchewan, but it does bring about a certain amount of uncertainty for the future. Manitoba’s solar rebate expires this April as well.
It can take several months to go solar, so, if you’re planning on making the switch and want the 20% rebate, now’s the time to act. If you sing on for solar before April 1st, you can also grab a hold of an additional 10% off from SolarCorp resulting in 30% of total price adjustments. You can get a free, no-obligation system design, energy savings estimate, and quote fully online and within 24 hours.
Additionally, SaskPower starts the Net Metering billing cycle in April, so if you act now, you won’t miss out on any spring savings and will maximize your total power production for 2018, not to mention that a 3.5% electricity rate increase takes effect this month.
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