Entirely Solar Powered Canadian Community

One of the catches with adding solar power retroactively to buildings is that the units are often autonomous and individually installed, thus costing more in terms of time and money. Why not, then, build an entire community from the ground up with solar power in mind? This example shows the cost-and-time effectiveness of doing just that and then routing power through central hubs so that it can be stored and distributed easily, effectively and cheaply as needed. (Source)