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He took out a loan to finance it, which he now pays back monthly with four per cent interest.
His total bill last month was 3, of which accounted for a Sask Power administration fee and taxes, because he’s still on the grid.
And, since 2012, it has been almost totally powered by wind and solar.
He installed the wind turbine and solar system for about ,000.
Hall noted another benefit to owning a solar system: It has added resale value to his home. In Hall’s case, that would work out to ,600 value added, or ,000 more than he paid for the system.Five solar panels are set up behind that, and a 35-foot wind turbine is further beyond.After decades of consideration, the house was built in 1998 in this resort village.Before he switched to solar, his power bills were around 6 per month.By now, with four rate increases since his panels were installed in December 2014, Hall’s power bill would be 2 each month.