BluePond Solar offers a wide range of design and build renewable energy services for residential and commercial customers, installing leading grid-connect and off-grid systems throughout BC and Alberta.
We also provide a suite of energy-management services for commercial clients, including energy studies and LED lighting solutions.

We lead projects in both urban centres and many rural areas across both provinces.
Our primary coverage is across the BC Lower Mainland, Sea to Sky Country,  parts of Vancouver Island, Kamloops, the Shuswap and the Okanagan, Prince George, Calgary, and Edmonton.

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Western Canada
gets far more sun
than you think!

Solar energy across western Canada is often a viable proposition.

Winters can be gloomy with plenty of precipitation in many areas, the aggregate solar irradiance across both provinces can be favourable enough to have systems deliver significant yields, dramatically lowering your utility bills. We are happy to provide free quotes for all our residential customers. Our proposals offer detailed yield breakdowns and solar irradiance levels across the roofs of homes and garages. For commercial customers, for a nominal fee we offer leading engineering design solutions, yield modeling, and financial analysis.

Energy efficiency Alberta’s
solar rebate program
has now been implemented

Learn More About The Alberta Solar Rebate

BluePond does much more than solar. – Introducing BluePond® Energy

BluePond’s knowledgeable staff and its team of expert contractors also cover a range of important energy-related service, such as LED lighting for both commercial and residential customers, commercial energy audits, and enterprise energy management services.  We also offer leading green-building design solutions for residential and commercial buildings.

BluePond Energy, a division of BluePond Solar, offers leading energy-management solutions for businesses and organizations.  Often commercial customers contact us about solar, but upon asking a few questions, we realize that there exist energy-savings measures within the plant that will generate a much higher rate of return.  On some occasions, energy-savings measures can be easily identified, such as LED lighting, while others require an energy study to ASHRAE Level 1, 2, and 3 standards. These energy-savings measures will lead to lower consumption and demand.  Identified measures can be low-cost or investment-grade. Solar PV systems can then be designed around the new consumption profile post-implementation of these measures.


1. Grid-Connect

2. Grid-Connect with Battery Back-Up

3. Standalone AC-Coupled

DC-Coupled also available


We are a new truly western Canadian company with a focus purely on western Canada, but BluePond has its roots based on global experience.  We understand the Canadian solar market has been a laggard compared to other markets for a variety of reasons.  Our experience comes from one of the world’s leading solar markets, Australia, and following a tremendous amount of planning and research, solar is now is finally ready to take off in western Canada.

BluePond Solar knows British Columbia and Alberta, and we are dedicated to installing high-quality grid-tie and off-grid systems across western Canada one rooftop at a time following international best practices, safety standards, all exceeding national and local codes.  Our systems allow customers to take advantage of BC and Alberta’s net-metering programs and the generous amounts of sunshine most parts of each province experience.   We know which rooftops are great for solar, and those that aren’t, and we will always give an honest analysis.

We are proud to have an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau, and offer leading workmanship warranties on all our residential PV systems – 5 years for grid-tie systems and 3 years for off-grid.




Justin has always been passionate about energy and trying to make a difference.  After graduating from the University of British Columbia with a Master’s in Asia Pacific Policy, specializing in energy policy, Justin lived in China working for an energy-savings company.  He became captivated with energy and its use and conservation, as well as with the development and application of renewable technologies.  Marshaling his business experience, he traveled to his homeland, Australia, completing installations and researching high-calibre business models in the PV space.  Justin is a certified Project Management Professional (PMP) and completed his Grid-Tie Solar Design ticket in Queensland, Australia. He is also a graduate of BCIT’s Sustainable Energy Management (SEMAC) program.


Vice President

Darryl Dornbusch is a veteran electrician with decades of electrical experience and years of PV experience.   While completing his apprenticeship in the early 1980s with the legendary Australian company, Southern Cross Machinery, Darryl witnessed the birth of solar-powered applications with Southern Cross’s development of solar pumps.   After extensive experience in the construction industry in Queensland and the Northern Territory, Darryl became inspired with solar energy, and has not looked back ever since.  He took part of the rise of solar power in Queensland, providing high-quality installations in areas that experience cyclone-force winds.  He has completed a wide range of grid-tie installations of all sizes to happy customers around the Sunshine Coast region of Queensland, Australia. He is an accredited solar PV installer, both grid-connect and standalone, with the Clean Energy Council of Australia.


Alberta Project Lead

Kyle Moss, otherwise known as The Honest Electrician (, brings local expertise to our Alberta operations. With years of experience as an Alberta Master Electrician, Kyle has also completed NABCEP solar training, and is well-versed in energy management, auditing, and LED lighting. Kyle’s business is also Better Business Bureau accredited, while achieving a phenomenal 10/10 rating on


Project Manager

Nigel is passionate about solar.  Working his way towards a Masters, Nigel is a versatile electrician, with solar experience across multiple countries.  In Mexico, Nigel volunteered working on standalone systems for impoverished communities.  


6.2kW Grid-Tie System, Sooke, BC

10kW Grid-Tie System, Vanderhoof, BC

10kW Grid-Tie System, Grand Forks, BC

7.8kW Grid-Tie System, Eagle Bay, BC

6.2kW Grid-Tie System, Kamloops, BC

10kW Grid-Tie System, Vanderhoof, BC

10kW AC-Coupled Off-Grid System, Westlock, AB

5kW Grid-Tie System, Calgary, AB

3kW DC-Coupled Off-Grid System, West Vancouver, BC

19.2kW Grid-Tie System, Brazeau County, AB