Posts Tagged: Green Energy

Buying an Electric Car?

Solar Powered Chevy Volt

Why not go completely Green and power it with the Sun? Even an electric car has a carbon foot-print. When you plug your car in overnight, there is a power plant somewhere producing electricity to recharge your car. Most power plants in Ontario are nuclear, coal or natural gas. If you have solar panels installed… Read more »

Heat Pump Rebates | $1,900 – $5,800

Heat Pump Rebates - up to $5,800

The Green Ontario Fund is a not-for-profit provincial agency that invests proceeds from Ontario’s carbon market into programs to help people reduce their carbon footprint. Up to $5,800! Use the outside air to heat and cool your home and reduce your carbon footprint. Air-source heat pumps (ASHP’s) use heat exchangers to extract heat from the… Read more »

Geothermal Rebates – up to $20,000!

Low Carbon Footprint Home

Geothermal Rebates up to $20,000 Rebates totalling up to $20,000.00 have just been announced for homeowners who install a geothermal system (ground source heat pump) to heat and cool their home. The rebates are funded through proceeds from Ontario’s carbon market, the Green Ontario Fund is a not-for-profit provincial agency with an objective of reducing… Read more »

Geothermal-10 Myths

WaterFurnace

Geothermal (heating, air conditioning and hot water) provides comfortable heating and cooling for your home by using the below the surface temperature of the earth. Outdoor temperatures can fluctuate wildly from season to season. The temperature just 4 to 6 feet below the earth’s surface remains relatively constant throughout the year. A geothermal system utilizes… Read more »

New Logo for The Hayter Group

Hayter Group Logo

The Hayter Group is marking our 65th year in business with a new logo! We wanted our logo to better reflect our expertise in green energy. The Hayter Group has established itself as a leader in both solar and geothermal energy. The logo also includes our energy efficient heating and cooling business. We are also… Read more »