Category: Solar Panels

Case Studies from the Conservation Council

Check out these 5 case studies of New Brunswick families that have invested in green energy! There is also a list of helpful online energy resources.

Passive Solar Home + Solar Panels + EV

Margaret and Eric Tsuz-King live in a passive solar home, that has solar photovoltaic panels on the roof and drive a plug-in hybrid. Power couple? We think so!

Solar Panels in Sackville

Roland tells us about the solar panels that power his home, in Sackville, NB. This interview was filmed in the fall of 2020. The panels were installed in 2015.

Residential Photovoltaic & Heat Pump System

This system is unobtrusively mounted on the roof of a scenic home by the Saint John River, in a clearing that allows the sun to reach the panels at all points throughout the day. The system, which was installed in August of 2016, features 6 solar panels for a total capacity of 2.84kW, and the… Read more »

The Terra Berma Project – Sustainable Off Grid Living

Along the tip of the Kingston Peninsula, the Terra Berma Project is a sustainable living project that demonstrates off-grid living doesn’t need mean compromising comfort. Constructed over 5 years using primarily using recycled tires and cob (a natural building material made from subsoil, water, some kind of fibrous organic material), the home was built out… Read more »