5 Benefits of Solar Energy to the Environment

N/a | February 1, 2019

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There are plenty of different reasons why solar energy is so great. There are some financial benefits to solar, such as lowering your electric bill. There are some other benefits as well. Some people just like the idea of being more energy independent. They like that they don’t have to depend as much on the grid for their energy needs. But some of the best benefits of solar energy are environmental. Here are five of the environmental benefits of solar energy.

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Potentia Renewables Inc. ("PRI") is an independent power producer ("IPP") focused on developing, owning and operating rooftop solar installations, utility scale ground mount solar and wind energy facilities across the Americas. PRI currently has a portfolio of approximately 200 MW of operating or contracted solar energy projects, with a growing development pipeline. PRI is headquartered in Toronto, Ontario.

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