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Step One: Background research on solar energy.

In order to discern if you and solar make a good fit, first you need a basic understanding of appropriate solar applications. At this point, you should be reading as much as you can.

Please check out the following resources:

If you already have a basic understanding of solar energy, please skip to the next step.

Step Two: Pick your technology.

Now that you have a basic understanding of solar technology, you may have an idea of what exactly you want solar to do for you.

Choose the application that you are most interested in learning more about:

  • Solar Electricity
  • Solar Water Heating
  • Solar Pool Heating
  • Solar Air Heating

Step Three: Learn more about how each technology works.

Solar Electrical Installations

There are many great resources out there about solar electrcity. Please check out the following:

 

Solar Water Heating Installations

There are many great resources out there about solar water heating. Please check out the following:

 

Solar Pool Heating Installations

There are many great resources out there about solar electrcity. Please check out the following:

 

Solar Air Heating Installations

There are many great resources out there about solar electrcity. Please check out the following:

 

Step Four: Consider design and installation options and investigate pricing.

At this point you may be interested in reading some of our case studies and fact sheets about solar installations.

For our next step, please choose the type of installation you are considering.

Step Five: More details about commercial installations for solar air heating

At this point you may be interested in reading some of our case studies and fact sheets about solar installations.

Step Six: Estimate costs.

Residential solar electricity installations may be eligible for net metering and tax rebates. Please check out the following resources.

Final Step: Contact someone in the industry

Your final step will be to contact a solar professional to talk about your specific installation and get a specific estimate about how much your installation will cost and how much it will save you.

Go to CanSIA's on-line searchable Member Industry Directory.

2008 CanSIA Industry Directory (Full Color Print Version)
Now you can order a print version of the Canadian Solar Industry Directory which includes contact information and profile descriptions of all CanSIA Member organizations across Canada and beyond.