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January 19

How a Solar Rooftop Can Help Fight The Climate Change Crisis

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"I hope we all understand the need to move from solemn declarations to concrete actions and initiatives that are commensurate to the level of present and future challenges." This was said by Bocchit Edmond, the minister for foreign affairs of Haiti, at the UN General Assembly in the Fall of 2019. For decades now world leaders, activists, and scientists have been warning us of the omnipresent climate crisis. As Mr. Edmond said, the time for these warnings and declarations have long since passed. We are now, and have been for some time, at the moment where action is needed to curb climate change. Naveco Power is committed to pressing forward with beneficial projects, such as encouraging businesses to install a solar rooftop. These initiatives are commensurate to the level of our present and future challenges brought forth by the climate crisis. 

"I hope we all understand the need to move from solemn declarations to concrete actions and initiatives that are commensurate to the level of present and future challenges." This was said by Bocchit Edmond, the minister for foreign affairs of Haiti, at the UN General Assembly in the Fall of 2019. For decades now world leaders, activists, and scientists have been warning us of the omnipresent climate crisis. As Mr. Edmond said, the time for these warnings and declarations have long since passed. We are now, and have been for some time, at the moment where action is needed to curb climate change. Naveco Power is committed to pressing forward with beneficial projects, such as encouraging businesses to install a solar rooftop. These initiatives are commensurate to the level of our present and future challenges brought forth by the climate crisis. 

"I hope we all understand the need to move from solemn declarations to concrete actions and initiatives that are commensurate to the level of present and future challenges." - Bocchit Edmond

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Room for Growth in Many Ways

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These initiatives aim to support our goal to grow and develop solar energy production here in New Brunswick. Renewable electricity generation increased by 18% between 2010 and 2017, with solar and wind having the largest growth. On the other hand, in New Brunswick, as well as many other provinces, solar represents less than one per cent of electricity. Thus, adopting a solar rooftop remains a massive opportunity for potential development and investment. It is an opportunity for businesses to fight climate change, while also benefitting their bottom line. 

These initiatives aim to support our goal to grow and develop solar energy production here in New Brunswick. Renewable electricity generation increased by 18% between 2010 and 2017, with solar and wind having the largest growth. On the other hand, in New Brunswick, as well as many other provinces, solar represents less than one per cent of electricity. Thus, adopting a solar rooftop remains a massive opportunity for potential development and investment. It is an opportunity for businesses to fight climate change, while also benefitting their bottom line. 

A Solar Rooftop and the Environment

Solar energy systems do not create greenhouse gas emissions, or water and air pollution. Thus, in large part, a solar rooftop does not negatively affect the environment. Certain components of solar energy systems, however, consist of heavy metals and are hazardous. Luckily though, these risks are mitigated via environmental impact assessments conducted by the province. Innovations in hazardous waste disposal, and the academic research on the effects of renewable energy sources also mitigate these risks. 

Solar energy systems present a unique opportunity to be more energy-efficient while utilizing a renewable energy source. They lower the demand for fossil fuels to diminish our communal carbon footprint. As a result, solar energy systems are an environmentally friendly source of electricity for the future. This is because they benefit the environment, while also improving your power bill. Solar energy systems are a concrete, positive response to the climate crisis as a whole. There are also plentiful opportunities to grow right here in New Brunswick. Naveco Power is here to help you and your business unlock this potential found in the solar energy market.

Solar energy systems do not create greenhouse gas emissions, or water and air pollution. Thus, in large part, a solar rooftop does not negatively affect the environment. Certain components of solar energy systems, however, consist of heavy metals and are hazardous. Luckily though, these risks are mitigated via environmental impact assessments conducted by the province. Innovations in hazardous waste disposal, and the academic research on the effects of renewable energy sources also mitigate these risks. 

Solar energy systems present a unique opportunity to be more energy-efficient while utilizing a renewable energy source. They lower the demand for fossil fuels to diminish our communal carbon footprint. As a result, solar energy systems are an environmentally friendly source of electricity for the future. This is because they benefit the environment, while also improving your power bill. Solar energy systems are a concrete, positive response to the climate crisis as a whole. There are also plentiful opportunities to grow right here in New Brunswick. Naveco Power is here to help you and your business unlock this potential found in the solar energy market.

Solar energy systems present a unique opportunity to be more energy-efficient while utilizing a renewable energy source. They are a concrete, positive response to the climate crisis as a whole.

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A Focus on Community

Solar PV systems can be installed as a solar rooftop or elsewhere on your property. Either way, they can fulfill your building’s energy needs, while often producing excess energy for the rest of the grid. While this can certainly benefit your business financially through net metering and other programs, think of how it could benefit the environment. Businesses will be able to power themselves, thus cutting their utility costs and potentially creating a new revenue stream. However, one must ask: what if most businesses utilized solar energy systems, along with the development of solar farms? Businesses could not only cut their utility costs but could potentially help power their community through a carbon-neutral energy source.

Only a small amount of space is necessary for solar panels, but the potential is immense for what solar energy could do for New Brunswickers. Solar energy represents a sound investment opportunity for businesses in NB. It has a guaranteed cost-benefit and potential revenue, while also combating the climate crisis by reducing not only your carbon footprint but also that of your community.

Solar PV systems can be installed as a solar rooftop or elsewhere on your property. Either way, they can fulfill your building’s energy needs, while often producing excess energy for the rest of the grid. While this can certainly benefit your business financially through net metering and other programs, think of how it could benefit the environment. Businesses will be able to power themselves, thus cutting their utility costs and potentially creating a new revenue stream. However, one must ask: what if most businesses utilized solar energy systems, along with the development of solar farms? Businesses could not only cut their utility costs but could potentially help power their community through a carbon-neutral energy source.

Only a small amount of space is necessary for solar panels, but the potential is immense for what solar energy could do for New Brunswickers. Solar energy represents a sound investment opportunity for businesses in NB. It has a guaranteed cost-benefit and potential revenue, while also combating the climate crisis by reducing not only your carbon footprint but also that of your community.

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Go Solar Today, and Experience the Benefits

With less than one per cent of New Brunswick’s power coming from solar energy, solar is a prime investment opportunity. It is also a fantastic opportunity to create more renewable energy, all while benefiting your business, community, and the future of others. Solar is a carbon-free energy source with no emissions of any kind, contrary to fossil fuel energy systems. It benefits our environment by lowering our carbon footprint, along with that of our communities. Solar energy is a prime solution and tool to combat the current climate crisis and will help to sustain the environment for future generations. Naveco Power hopes to help you take part in this opportunity-rich initiative to benefit your business through solar energy systems, with the vitality of our world and future generations in mind.

With less than one per cent of New Brunswick’s power coming from solar energy, solar is a prime investment opportunity. It is also a fantastic opportunity to create more renewable energy, all while benefiting your business, community, and the future of others. Solar is a carbon-free energy source with no emissions of any kind, contrary to fossil fuel energy systems. It benefits our environment by lowering our carbon footprint, along with that of our communities. Solar energy is a prime solution and tool to combat the current climate crisis and will help to sustain the environment for future generations. Naveco Power hopes to help you take part in this opportunity-rich initiative to benefit your business through solar energy systems, with the vitality of our world and future generations in mind.

With less than 1% of NB’s power coming from solar energy, solar is a prime investment opportunity. It is also a fantastic opportunity to create more renewable energy, all while benefiting your business, community, and the future of others.

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