Carleton Place, Ontario In this Solar Story, we sat down with Michael Moy, who had solar panels installed on his roof by the Execon Roofing and Solar team in the early fall of 2021. Michael was originally born in China, moved to Venezuela at the age of seven, then moved to Canada in his
Ottawa, Ontario The City of Ottawa is piloting a loan program for up to three years for home energy efficiency retrofits, to support local residents to reduce energy consumption and greenhouse gas emissions. Zero-interest loan rates are expected to be available for 1-2 years while resources are available. The program offers
Ottawa, Ontario In the fall of 2021, we had a conversation with Denise Eisner, one of our solar customers who purchased a solar system for her home in the summer of 2021. Denise's home is located near the Civic Hospital in Ottawa and was built over 90 years ago. Her journey with solar
Greely, Ontario We sat down with one of our customers, Bill Kelly, and had a very heartfelt conversation with him about his story in the energy industry and why he ultimately picked Execon Roofing and Solar to install solar on his new home when he moved to Ottawa from Dallas, Texas.
Carlington, Ontario Right near the Experimental Farm in Carlington, is Ottawa's first Net-Zero home development project by our partners at RND Construction. In this new development, nine homes were built (3 singles, 6 semis) above and beyond the code for homes in Canada, making them extremely energy-efficient, environmentally friendly, and Net-Zero ready when
Westport, Ontario The village of Westport Ontario, home to just over 600 residents, is adding a new, and truly environmentally friendly development to its places to live. Westport, Ontario will soon be home to Canada's first-ever Net-Zero community. Each home in the community is being carefully crafted by Land Ark Homes to be
Budget Summary Parliament Hill - photo credit to Envato The proposed 2021 Federal Budget of Canada as proposed by Justin Trudeau's Liberal government, sets aside billions of dollars for fighting climate change and to reduce Canada's greenhouse gas and CO2 emissions over the next decade. The 2021 Budget proposes $17.6 billion towards
Poultry and Egg On-Farm Investment Program The Poultry and Egg On-Farm Investment Program will provide close to $630 million over ten years to support poultry and egg farmers through on-farm investments. Producers will be entitled to an amount proportional to their quota holdings. Eligible projects are anything that helps a producer modernize, become