Built-In Designs

Solar Capacity
22,630 Watts
Inverter Output Rating
23,000 Watts
Average Power Production
32,727 kWh/Year
Battery Storage Rating
80,016 Watts
Back-up Generator
13 Kilowatt (Gas or Propane)
Built to Canadian Electrical Standards
Total Watts Installed$22,630.00
Cost per Watt Installed$2.50
Total Cost$56,575.00
Provincial Incentives-$16,972.50
Federal CCA Tax Savings-$16,972.50
Roof Build Savings-$17,000.00
Total Savings$50,945.00
Total Cost After Incentives$5,630.00

PV Power32,727 kWh/year
12 cents/ kWh$3,928.00/year
  RETURN ON INVESTMENT CHART Cost First Year Profit Fifteenth Year  Years Paid Off 
  Roof Build Savings | Provincial Incentives | Federal CCA  -$5,360.00 5,360.00 1.5

Roof Build Savings | Federal CCA -$22,602.50  $36,317.50 5.6

Roof Build Savings | Federal CCA -$22,602.50 $36,317.50 5.6

Roof Build Savings -$39,602.50 19,317.50 10

 ☀ Solar PV System 22,630 kWp | 365w Monocrystalline Bifacial Solar Panels
  Bifacial modules produce solar power from both sides of the panel yielding a 10-20%
  increase in production.
Life Expectancy
30-60 Years
 ☀ Inverter System Huawei Fusion Inverters
  GridGuard’s Hybrid Inverter System
  23 kW output | 120/240V – 50/60Hz
  Single & Split phase avaialable
Life Expectancy
10-15 Years
 ☀ Battery System Matrix-Infinity Carbon Lead-Acid Batteries
  32 kWh of Usable Power | 50% DOD | 4500 Cycles
  39 kWh of Usable Power | 60% DOD | 3500 Cycles
  52 kWh of Usable Power | 80% DOD | 1000 Cycles
Life Expectancy
10-15 Years
 ☀ EMCS System
(optional energy management system)
  PVWatts Solar Calculator    
RESULTS   32,727 kWh/Year*
Month Solar Radiation  AC Energy Value
  (kWh/m2/day) (kWh) ($)
January 2.10 1,417 170
February 3.21 1,938 233
March 4.29 2,796 336
April 5.67 3,455 415
May 5.99 3,701 444
June 6.01 3,554 426
July 6.98 4,166 500
August 6.07 3,667 440
September 4.83 2,897 348
October 3.41 2,219 266
November 2.48 1,615 194
December 1.96 1,301 156
Annual 4.42 32,727 $3,928


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