If all the viable solar installations were implemented, the amount of avoided CO2 emissions from the electricity sector in Florida would be:
Source: Project Sunroof data explorer (November 2018).
Do Well by Doing Good
With a grid-tied system, your monthly electric bill is lowered through net metering. This means you are only billed for the difference of the electricity coming to you through the power grid and the electricity your solar system produces and sends back to grid. Run your meter backwards!
Increase Your Home’s Value
According to the National Renewable Energy Laboratory, on average, each $1 in energy savings increases your home’s value by $20! Not only will you boost the value of your home, but you can also get help paying for it. We’ll help you find any available local, state and federal incentives, including cash rebates.
Reduce Your Carbon Footprint
With a home solar sytem, you'll limit greenhouse gas emissions and reduce the demand for fossil fuels. The photovoltaic cells that make up a solar panel make no noise and give off no exhaust. With a grid-tied system, you’re not only powering your home, but also sending electricity to the grid, lowering the amount of emissions produced.
Own Your Energy Source
Take control with energy independence. With solar, you'll avoid rising utility rates and reduce reliance on foreign oil. By adding an optional battery back-up, you can store energy for your future needs, which can be especially empowering in a state like Florida where the frequency and intensity of storms is increasing yearly.