We recently travelled to Prince Albert, SK and held a private training session for Lac La Ronge Indian Band. It was inspiring to teach a group of enthusiastic solar PV students and give them some real world hands-on experience. Our 7-day course included how to conduct site surveys, draft solar array plans and roof top […]
Saviez-vous que Stardust offre également une formation en français? Voici une photo de notre récente session à Montréal. Un excellent groupe d’étudiants comprenant des électriciens, des ingénieurs et même un architecte. Stardust Solar propose des formations dans plusieurs langues au Canada et aux États-Unis. Did you know Stardust offers training in French as well? Here […]
Here is a great looking class from our recent trip to Mississauga, Ontario. Our instructor Nancy is one of the best solar pv teachers in Canada and also a red seal electrician. We appreciate our students and our instructors for developing the future tradespeople in solar energy technology.
Here’s a quick look at some recent solar PV projects completed by the team at Go Sask Solar. These guys got trained by Stardust Solar and put their knowledge and certificate to use. Great work guys! Do you want to be featured by Stardust Solar? Send us your recent projects and we might just promote your […]
Recent solar installation completed in Surrey, BC. This ground mount array consists of 24 Canadian Solar modules and will produce over 6000 kWh of solar energy per year.
This roof mount installation was for an environmentally conscious homeowner in Vancouver, BC. We not only installed 11 premium 320W Hanwha solar modules but also a Tesla charger in his garage. We also had to upgrade his panel service from 60AMP to 200AMP and rewired his entire house! This grid-tied system used 6 dual APsystems […]
Another off-grid installation. This particular system is designed to be portable and can power any AC or DC devices you like. The systems consists of 12 volt AGM batteries and during peak sun hours the panels will supply the system with 200 watts per hour.
The system is an grid-tied installation as the overall energy demands of the house were very high. The solar panels for this system (305W Hanwha Q cell) are mounted on the south & west facing rooftops. We also used the 600W Y dual APSystems micro inverters for this installation.