News & Events

September 4, 2013

Draft FIT 3.0 Rules have been annouced! Open the link below or call us to see how the new rules may benefit you.

Summary of changes from FIT 2.1 to Draft FIT 3.0

August 29, 2013

MicroFIT 3.0 is here! The OPA will be accepting applications until December 31, 2013 or until a 30 MW target is reached.

Don't be left behind! Let Great Lakes Energy install your roof or ground solar project! 10 kW Roof MicroFIT 3.0 installations now start at $29,900.00 plus HST and permits!

August 26 , 2013

The OPA has announced a new price schedule in effect as of August 26, 2013.

OPA Price Schedule August 26, 2013

These rates will be applicable to the upcoming 30MW application window opening this Fall.

Please contact our office directly for more information:
(519) 977-9306

December 12 , 2012

Great Lakes Energy is proud to share an article featured by the Sarnia Observer. The 304 kW installation is expected to generate 392,000 kWh's of green energy per year!

Sarnia's Largest Rooftop Solar Project

WELCOME to Great Lakes Energy!

Generate Power and Money

Consider the benefits of generating green energy from renewable sources such as the sun or wind, water and selling it for a guaranteed price. You can be part of this growing green energy movement, make money and contribute to a cleaner environment.

If you are a homeowner, farmer or small business owner, you have the opportunity to develop a very small or “micro” renewable electricity generation project (10 kilowatts or less in size) on your property. In Ontario under the microFIT Program, you will be paid a guaranteed price for all the electricity your project produces for at least 20 years.

Let Great Lakes Energy show you how, your One Stop Solution, GLE can provide you with a turnkey power plant that will make you money.

Mission Statement
Wind and solar power are the fastest growing energy sources, and are being incorporated into the grid at higher and higher levels. Geographic distribution, coordination with hydro power, demand management, and large scale storage of power allow variable sources of power like wind and solar to provide base load and peaking power.

We can now say with confidence that renewable power sources could meet our future power needs just as effectively and maybe at lower cost than other alternatives like nuclear power and coal with carbon capture - and do so sooner.

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