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Discover the Solar Potential of your Home

Discover the Solar Potential of your Home

The City of Fredericton’s Solar Potential Map is an interactive platform to promote solar energy in Fredericton.

Through this platform, developed by MyHeat, you can see the solar potential of your house, learn about the environmental benefits, likely return on investment, and current rebates available.

The map is for informational purposes only, but you can contact with any questions.

Click the icon below to access the platform : 

Why Solar?

Homes and buildings are responsible for 56 percent of GHG (greenhouse gas) emissions in Fredericton. Recognizing the responsibility to respond to the causes and impacts of climate change, the City of Fredericton has committed to reducing community GHG emissions 50 percent by 2030 and achieving net zero by 2050 with implementing actions through the City’s Community Energy and Emissions Plan (CEEP).

One avenue to avoid further contributing to climate change is making the move to local renewable energy options. With 294 days of sun per year, Fredericton has higher solar energy potential than Halifax, Vancouver, London, and Berlin.