Commercial property owners across Canada are off-setting their costs of electricity and increasing profitability. With net-meting, commercial property owners are installing solar panels on their facility and reducing their operational costs by putting renewable energy back into Ontario’s electricity grid and earning credits directly reducing their electricity bill.
Should the amount of credits exceed the electricity usage, credits are applied to the following month.
As a marketplace, Cleaner NRG provides commercial property owners with multiple proposals for their commercial property and ensures you are paired with the most financially advantageous one to streamline operations cost and increase your bottom line.

Benefits of Commercial Solar

  • 1. Stabilize Prices & Reduce Operational Costs

    There is a constant concern about the rising price of electricity and the impact it will have on your bottom line. Solar panels will stabilize and reduce your overhead electricity charges.
  • 2. Expedite Tax Write Offs

    The Government of Canada makes clean energy projects, such as solar energy, more fiscally attractive for industry by providing business income tax incentives (under section 43.1 & 43.2) and accelerated capital cost allowance
  • 3. Protect The Environment

    Adding solar panels to your organisation’s commercial property can substantially impact your environmental footprint. Not to mention it’s a great way to show that you are corporately responsible and opportune time to generate press and positive recognition.

What is net-metering?

Net metering allows you to send electricity you generate from renewable resources, such as your solar panels, to the electricity grid for a credit toward your energy costs. In essence, it’s a “trade” of electricity you supply against electricity you consume.
Upon your system being installed a bidirectional meter is installed to track energy production versus consumption. This allows your local distribution company to subtract the value of electricity you supply to the grid from the value of what you take from the grid. When receiving your bill you will see a ‘net’ difference between these amounts where you will see your monthly saving and direct positive impact on operational costs and the environment.
If you supply more power than what you take from the grid over the billing cycle, you’ll receive a credit toward future energy bills.The credit can be carried forward for up to 12 months.