Sirius Power is a PV Solar and energy storage development and installation company based in Toronto. The company provides clients with turn-key design, solar engineering services, and comprehensive solutions for commercial and residential property owners.
To date, Sirius Power has installed 2mw and offset 408.900 Kg of carbon dioxide. This is the equivalent of having planted over 1.5 million trees in the area.
Each of Sirius Power’s projects produce almost 3GWhs of electricity each year. Within the next few years, that number per project is projected to hit 80 Gwhs. One Mw of PV solar power produced has the potential to save over $9 million dollars in total throughout the lifetime of the system.
Sirius Power has partnered with some of the best manufacturers in the industry including Canadian Solar, Fronius, Q Cells, Vancity, HES PV, and Polar Racking. Sirius Power has worked with a number of community organizations and private clients to bring the power of solar to the masses.
Sirius Power offers comprehensive solar services to both residential and commercial property owners. From design to install, Sirius Power can manage the entire project. Solar services offered by Sirius Power include:
With certified and professional designers and engineers, the construction and installation services Sirius Power clients can expect will be highly efficient and customized to each individual property.
One of the most unique services offered by Sirius Power is its carport solution. This is designed for more commercial clients, but will be a force for saving money. The design of the Sirius Power energy efficient carports are built to resist the inclement weather that permeates Canada for several months out of the year. The entire build is waterproof and includes gutters and own sprouts.
These carports are built to include EV charging stations furthering the commitment to reduce overall carbon footprint. Sirius Power will install these carports and uses turnkey design and development. No other solar company in the industry is offering carport solutions to generate power and save clients money.
Solar clients interested in maximizing the return on their investment may be interested in the premium PV solar net metering opportunity Sirius Power offers its clients. The company claims that clients that utilize net metering have access to the following:
Not only can clients save money by having a solar system installed, but they can maximize earnings by selling the energy they don’t end up using. Some solar installation companies offer net metering services, but not many are able to maximize ROI quite like the net metering service available through Sirius Power.
Flexible pricing models are a must for so many prospective solar clients. Due to the high upfront costs associated with solar system installation, many property owners are unable to make it work money-wise. By offering a flexible payment structure, Sirius Power is enabling more residential clients the opportunity to save on energy and access solar power.
Most solar installation companies will partner with credit unions or other organizations to provide financing opportunities. These opportunities are typically a “rental” structure where the client is renting power from the financier. With Sirius Power, clients are paying to own the system. Residential monthly payment plans break down as follows:
6,500 kWh Annual Production Package
9,750 kWh Annual Production Package
13,000 kWh Annual Production Package
780,000 kWH Annual Production Package
By offering four different pricing models, clients can identify what energy production is needed to power the property and at rates that are affordable.
Sirius Power claims to be a top energy storage developer and a leader in the space for all of Canada. This claim could very well be true, but there is little information about what the energy storage service the company provides actually entails.
Most solar installation companies will provide manufacturer information as well as provide information as to what the energy storage solution can do for the average client. Sirius Power fails to provide either of these key components of information for prospective customers.
Solar is generally a geographically limited service. For most solar companies stateside, the service area is restricted to one state or a select few cities within a state. The same applies to Sirius Power.
Currently, the company services the greater Toronto area. Outside of the city, prospective solar clients will need to look elsewhere for services. While it is common practice within the solar industry to be locally focused, some companies have found ways to expand the service area to help more people access clean, renewable energy.