MicroFIT (Feed-in Tariff) Solar Power in Ontario:
How to Generate Electricity from Renewable Energy, Make Money and Create a Sustainable Future
Make the decision
Just do it. This is one of the most powerful things you can do to ensure a sustainable future for your children while also providing you with a reasonable return on investment. Pick the vendor you feel most comfortable with, sign the contract, finalize your financing, order the equipment, sign the online contract at the OPA web site, scheduled the meter install with the LDC and solar system installer, and start getting paid.
About John Wilson, the founder of NaturalLifeNetwork.com
Wilson Natural Documentary DVD
A great companion to this resource is a documentary DVD produced by John Wilson. If this information interests you, you'll love the documentary about how John Wilson built the Wilson Natural Home. Check out the documentary video that describes the entire process - click here.
Toronto Star article - Natural dream
“When it comes to living green, you can't do much better than the Wilson family. On most days, their hydro meter even runs backward at times, as they export electricity to Ontario's power grid. It's a great example of what one family can accomplish in doing what's right for the environment.” Toronto Star, August 30, 2003
About the Author
JOHN WILSON is an award-winning owner, builder and producer of sustainable homes and lifestyle media. He is the producer of Natural Living: The Wilson Natural Home documentary and the founder of the Natural Life Network (www.NaturalLifeNetwork.com). He lives in the Wilson Natural Home with his family near Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
Meet the author, as featured on my house TV show
Want to learn and see more, buy the documentary video DVD
“Wow! Fantastic video, and a beautiful house too! I'm actually working on some straw bale houses myself right now, outstanding R-values. I'm glad you also mentioned that folks should look at savings first thru cfl bulbs, passive solar design, composting.... Great job! :)”
“Beautifully paced, well photographed, pleasant background music. And, most important, great information on how one family built an environmental house. 5 stars.”