The City of Dunedin Solar Rebates Are Now Available! Act Now!

The City of Dunedin solar rebates are now available for residents and businesses who want to install solar panels.

The City of Dunedin solar rebates are now available for residents and businesses who want to install solar panels. This is a first-come-first-serve program, so if you’re interested, then act now!

The program has been approved for 2022, giving The City of Dunedin locals the chance to save money and get in early on the clean energy revolution!

Installations made by Florida Power Services “The Solar Power Company” can be started in time to be eligible for The City of Dunedin’s solar rebate.

What Is The City of Dunedin Solar Rebate Program?

Approved in October 2021, The ‘Solar Energy Grant Program’ allows for the funding of Solar panel installations in The City of Dunedin for the Fiscal Year 2022.

The window for applications began in October 2021 and is still open now!

Here’s what it is:

  • A City made program, giving you the chance to apply for a rebate for installing solar!
  • A grant rate of $0.25 per watt of solar-generated, for a maximum grant of $2,500.
  • Applications must be made by The City of Dunedin residents or businesses.

First-Come-First-Serve: Act Now!

Be warned. The grant is awarded on a first-come-first-serve basis – “as funds are available”.

This unique opportunity isn’t even asking for much requirement – just enthusiasm!

Get in now ahead of the rest and you can save up to $2,500!

Am I Eligible for The City of Dunedin Solar Rebate?

If you meet the following criteria, you are eligible:

  • Your address is within the City of Dunedin limits (you can use the Pinellas County Property Appraiser website to verify this).
  • You’re a resident, organization or business owner in the City of Dunedin (unincorporated addresses are not eligible).
  • Nonprofits are also eligible.
  • Solar permits have been applied for, issued, inspected and completed on or after October 1st, 2018.

How Can I Apply for The City of Dunedin Solar Rebate Program?

To apply for the City of Dunedin Solar Rebate program, follow these instructions:

  • Fill out this application and embedded W-9 Form.
  • Drop off a physical copy of the application to the staff at the Community Development Department at 1415 Pinehurst Road, Dunedin, FL 34698.
  • (Note: Community Development was previously called Planning & Development and has now moved to the above address).

Are There Any Other Incentives?

The City of Dunedin’s website states that The City may offer incentives for “new construction, new additions and building conversions involving solar energy”. Other incentives may include:

  • Fast track permitting
  • Recognition at a City Commission meeting
  • The inclusion of project details on the City’s green building website
  • Informative banners found at the project site

Design Reviews

Note that any developments that are 5,000 sq. ft. or 5 units or more will trigger Design Review.

At the time of application for Design Review, developers must submit a solar energy plan as a demonstration of their intent to use solar energy in their project. The City of Dunedin Solar rebate will be paid as a reimbursement.

What Happens When You Need a New Roof?

A question asked on the City of Dunedin’s Facebook page was answered:

“This can be outlined in the contract that the resident or business agrees on with the solar company. It may be a possibility to include information in the contract about the company removing the panels temporarily while a new roof is being installed and then coming back to re-install them after the new roof project is complete. Please discuss with your solar company.”

Why You Should Act Now!

We’ve already mentioned how The City of Dunedin solar rebate program is first-come-first-serve, but there is an even bigger reason to act now and act fast in 2022:

2022 Is The Final Year of 26% Solar Tax Incentives

2022 is the last chance you’ll have to save 26% through Federal Solar Tax Incentives.

After this year, they drop to 22% in 2023 and 0% in 2024.

Federal Solar Tax Incentives effectively refund 26% of solar tax installations! Regardless of how much your Florida solar installation costs, you can save thousands of dollars!

For example, if you have a $30,000 installation, you could save $7,800 thanks to solar tax incentives in 2022!

Solar tax incentives apply to:

  • Solar PV panels or PV cells
  • Contractor labor costs for everything from onsite preparation to permitting fees.
  • Installation and balance-of-system equipment, including wires, mounting and inverters.
  • Energy storage devices charged exclusively by solar panels – such as battery backup banks or off-grid battery systems.

Your installation must start before the end of 2022! With queues and COVID-related delays likely, it’s highly advised that you get in now. Combine these incentives with The City of Dunedin solar rebates and you could get solar panels for a truly great price!

The Benefits of Solar in The City of Dunedin

  • The average household in The City of Dunedin spends $2,150 each year on energy bills.
  • A solar home typically uses 30-60% less energy and generates electricity itself.
  • Battery storage can keep your home powered during grid outages and storms.
  • TECO electricity rates are rising! TECO customers will pay more over the next 3 years.

How Much Could I Save Through Solar in The City of Dunedin?

Using our system size calculator, here’s a quick example:

  • Highest daily kWh usage: 53 kWh
  • Middle daily kWh usage: 42 kWh
  • Lowest kWh usage: 28 kWh
  • Calculated Annual Kilowatt Usage: 14,965

In this example, a suggested solar system sized at 11.59 kW could save $2,254 yr / $187.83 a month!

Solar Power Installation In The City of Dunedin, FL

If you’re interested in installing solar panels in The City of Dunedin, Florida then contact us today! Call (727) 667-9955 or schedule a consultation.

With decades of experience, we’ll help design and install the optimal solar system that brings you the best return on investment – and on time for the 2022 Federal Tax Incentives.

Florida Power Services “The Solar Power Company” is the Sunshine’s states leading solar power installer and would love to help you save thousands of dollars in 2022.

Act now and apply for The City of Dunedin solar rebate before all available spots go!

Florida’s Largest Utility Donated and Conspired Against Solar!

Shocking news has emerged that Florida’s largest utility conspired against Florida solar power.

Shocking news has emerged that Florida’s largest utility conspired against Florida solar power. Tampa Bay Times reports that Florida Power & Light (the nation’s largest power company) has been making efforts with state lawmakers to cripple the rise of the solar industry.

Aside from the obvious greed involved, any efforts to slow the solar industry’s rise in the face of the climate crisis is unforgivable. Their actions put thousands of jobs at risk.

How Florida Power & Light Attacked Net Metering

In our recent blog, we explained how solar users’ net metering benefit is at threat. But now it’s become apparent who is behind it.

Documents reveal that Florida Power & Light asked Sen. Jennifer Bradley to sponsor its proposed legislation – a plan to restrict solar homeowners and businesses from the benefits of net metering.

Shockingly (yet somehow without surprise), Florida Power & Light drafted the bill and followed it up with a $10,000 contribution to Sen. Bradley’s political committee.

Bradley filed the bill and a week later, Rep. Lawrence McClure introduced an identical version in the House.

What Is the Bill?

Since 2008, net metering has allowed Florida solar users to sell their excess solar energy generation back to the utility at the full retail electrical rate on their monthly bill.

This bill attempts to change that. Net metering would no longer be possible and would severely penalize solar users – restricting the growth of the Florida solar industry, one of our shining lights.

Despite studies proving that net-metering has no impact on non-solar users, this legislation would punish solar customers.

It is merely an attempt to squash the solar industry. And that becomes extremely obvious when you realize Florida Power & Light were the architects of it.

‘Could Devastate the Solar Industry’

We, and many others, are fully aware that this could devastate the solar industry. Net metering is a significant draw for solar customers and there is no reason for this punishment.

Will Giese, southeast regional director for the Solar Energy Industries Association, stated:

“This is a tired tactic that utilities have used to maintain their monopoly grip on electricity markets. Net metering is a popular program that gives people the right to choose the energy that works for them, provides benefits to all ratepayers and creates thousands of energy jobs across Florida.”

However, perhaps worst of all is that these utilities are coming for small companies like ours. They’re acting like victims when in reality, it is the jobs of small companies, local companies and Florida engineers and craftsmen that are at risk through this bill.

Net Metering Is Not and Should Not Be to Blame.

Florida Power & Light is claiming that rooftop solar will cost them hundreds of millions of dollars over the next few years. Blaming net metering has been proven as nonsense.

Florida Power & Light spokesman Chris McGrath said: “We simply believe rooftop solar customers should pay the full cost of this investment.”

However, according to the Solar Energy Industries Association, sixteen state-level studies and a national study have already proved these allegations are false.

The truth is that utilities are struggling because solar is on the rise and the climate crisis is staring them in the face. They can’t escape that, and no legislation or conspiring will change that.

Florida Power & Light Has a Dark History

For the solar industry, policy attacks against us aren’t anything new. Florida Power & Light has consistently been a significant contributor to legislative Florida political campaigns.

The following information was reported by Tampa Bay Times:

  • Back in 2016, it backed a failed ballot amendment aimed at imposing fees and other hurdles for rooftop solar installations.
  • It’s also invested millions into untraceable, anonymous donors that attack state and local politicians.
  • The Orlando Sentinel reported that Florida Power & Light executives were also involved in various ‘dark-money’ nonprofits – including a scandal involving a so-called ‘ghost’ Senate candidate.
  • Its CEO Eric Silagy was also found to be involved in funding dark-money groups.

Florida Power & Light denies any wrongdoing.

Why Are Utilities So Scared?

  • Solar and clean energy is the future, and that is a reality that utility companies are learning fast.
  • Utilities make money from building things – such as large power plants and power lines. They don’t make any money off of solar power generated on homeowners’ roofs and that’s a problem.
  • They’re also quickly learning that they need to adapt to cleaner energy methods.
  • Under Florida’s current net metering program, properties that generate under 2 megawatts of solar energy can sell the excess energy back to the utility for a bill credit of 11 per kWh.
  • Florida’s solar industry grew by 57 percent in 2020, according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration.
  • Florida has the second-largest solar workforce in the U.S., with over 11,000 direct jobs, and 31,000 indirect jobs.

How You Can Help Protect the Florida Solar Industry:

This industry has the chance to send our state into the future, which will need to be green and clean. But as you can see, the Florida solar industry is at threat.

Any concerned Florida solar customers or Florida residents that want to protect our industry and the jobs associated with it can do so:

Contact Legislators

Legislation is thankfully not passed by conspiring companies. It is passed by legislators.

With 93% of Floridians supporting net metering, we have people power. By emailing Florida legislators, we can make our voices heard.

Solar United Neighbors has set up a page allowing you to email the relevant contacts all in one click. Click here to get started.

“Several key legislators need to hear from you today — Senate bill sponsor Senator Jennifer Bradley, House bill sponsor Representative Lawrence McClure, House Commerce Chair Blaise Ingoglia, and your own elected representatives. Email them all and urge them to oppose SB 1024 and HB 741.”

Personalized messages make a bigger impact, so be sure to mention:

  • How you use solar
  • If you work in the industry and are concerned about your job
  • How this could impact your solar plans
  • Your concern for the environment

You can find the contact information of your own representatives here.

Donate to the Florida Net Metering Defense Fund

The Florida Solar Energy Industries Association is also working hard to protect Florida’s solar industry through its Political Action Committee (PAC).

However, they need donations to fund their work. The Florida public can help them work with state policymakers to protect customers’ rights, local jobs and the economic development of the local Florida Solar industry via donations which can be made here.

Solar Installation in Florida

If you’re interested in investing in Solar, upgrading your existing system or have any questions, then contact us today!

Florida Power Services “The Solar Power Company” is the Sunshine’s states leading solar power installer and would love to help you save thousands of dollars in 2022, through solar tax credits, high-quality designs and financing.

Florida Solar Net Metering Under Attack: Take Action Now!

Florida Solar’s net metering is under attack following a new bill filed with the state legislature, which would significantly impact Florida’s net metering program.

Florida Solar’s net metering is under attack following a new bill filed with the state legislature, which would significantly impact Florida’s net metering program.

Thousands of jobs are at risk in an attack on a long-standing policy that 93% of Florida voters support.

The bill, filed by Florida Senator Jennifer Bradley, could effectively add significant and unnecessary costs for residential Floria solar users and commercial Florida solar users throughout Florida.

Scroll down to read how you can take action and help.

What Are The SB 1024 & HB 741 Bills?

To explain the new bills, we first must go back and explain Florida’s net metering program.

Since 2008, the net metering program has allowed Florida solar customers to sell their excess solar energy back to the utility at the full retail electrical rate on their monthly bill.

Compensation is calculated on the avoided costs to the utility for the power it would have usually had to generate and output.

This new bill changes that.

The net metering program would no longer promote solar energy use. Instead, it would allow utility companies to penalize Florida solar users.

What’s the Argument?

The cost-shift argument is being used. The argument suggests that solar customers are not paying their ‘fair share of the upkeep of the grid’..

The belief is that if solar users aren’t paying for it, someone else has to.

Why Is This Florida Net Metering Bill Wrong?

Solar Customers Being Punished

The cost shift argument is effectively like a grocery store charging you more for vegetables because you grow your own vegetables in your own vegetable garden.

Anyone who takes steps to reduce their electricity bill could be accused of not paying a fair share of grid upkeep.

We all know that solar customers are already paying just to remain connected to the grid. Now they want to outprice them entirely.

Why should solar customers be punished for wanting to use and develop clean, renewable energy?

Studies Disprove the Claims

According to the Solar Energy Industries Association, sixteen state-level studies and a national study have already proved these cost-shift arguments are wrong.

The studies show that with net metering programs, states have an insignificant cost increase from solar and only is present until solar penetration meets 10% of a state’s energy generation.

The new Florida solar bill would also give utilities the chance to add base facilities charges, monthly minimum bills, electric grid access fees and other fixed charges.

We all know the utilities are feeling threatened by solar and this is an attack on the industry.

Solar Cost Shift Myth

This claim that net metering causes non-solar customers to pick up a greater share of the cost is a myth.

Even after accounting for rooftop solar energy generation, solar customers still purchase on average the same amount of electricity as non-solar customers.

Regulated utilities have around just 72,000 net-metered customers, compared to more than a massive 8.3 million total customers. Just 0.86% of regulated utility customers have rooftop solar. This idea that they are causing trouble is nonsense.

How The Bill Threatens Florida Solar:

The severity of this bill cannot be underestimated. By slowing and threatening the Florida solar industry by removing the benefits of net metering, jobs and businesses are at risk.

Thousands of Jobs at Risk

Net metering is the backbone of Florida solar and creates thousands of local jobs through solar growth.

Florida’s roof-top industry supports over 40,000 jobs, including a significant number of veterans.

The Economic Value of Florida’s Solar Industry

Florida’s growing solar industry is a vital part of the state’s economy.

With an $18.3 billion in economic value, Florida solar provides $3.2 billion in household income and generates $3.3 billion in total tax revenues.

With the climate crisis upon us, setting up obstacles to growing the Florida solar industry is like shooting yourself in the foot.

Sets the Florida Solar Industry Back a Decade

Initial modeling suggests this legislation could set Florida’s rooftop solar industry back by at least ten years – removing thousands of jobs, consumer choices, savings, property value and other benefits that come from rooftop solar in Florida.

How Can I Help Protect Florida Solar?

If you’re a concerned Florida solar customer or resident that wants to protect our industry, local companies and jobs – here’s how you can help:

Send Emails to Legislators

Florida legislators need to hear that thousands of Floridians support solar rights. With 93% of Floridians in support of net metering, we need you all to email legislators.

Solar United Neighbors has set up a page allowing you to do this all in one click. Click here to do exactly that.

“Several key legislators need to hear from you today — Senate bill sponsor Senator Jennifer Bradley, House bill sponsor Representative Lawrence McClure, House Commerce Chair Blaise Ingoglia, and your own elected representatives. Email them all and urge them to oppose SB 1024 and HB 741.”

Personalized messages have a stronger impact, so remember to mention:

  • If you use solar at home or in your business
  • Work in the solar industry
  • Have plans to go solar

Additionally, you can find the contact information of your own representatives here.

Donate to the Florida Net Metering Defense Fund

The Florida Solar Energy Industries Association is working hard to protect Florida’s solar industry through its Political Action Committee (PAC).

Through donations, you can help them work with state policymakers to protect customers’ rights, local jobs and the economic development of the local Florida Solar industry.

Volunteer donations can be made here.

Solar Installations in Florida

If you’re considering investing in solar in Florida and want to support the local Florida solar industry, then contact us today.

Florida Power Services “The Solar Power Company” is the Sunshine’s states leading solar power installer and would love to help you save thousands of dollars in 2022, through solar tax credits, high-quality designs and financing.

Warning: Florida’s solar tax credits savings will end at their current rate in 2022. Lock in pricing now! No delays, no regrets! Make the most of those solar tax credits in 2021 and 2022!

Solar Module Shortages Are Coming: Act Now to Avoid Delays!

Florida may suffer from solar module shortages, as the U.S. fights to stop the import of goods that have been produced using forced labor.

Florida and the rest of the country are set to suffer from disruptive solar module shortages, as the U.S. fights to stop the import of goods that may have been produced using forced labor in China.

It is believed around a massive 2.1 Gigawatts (GW) of U.S. solar projects are at risk of being delayed or canceled.

If you’ve been considering investing in solar in Florida, then delays could impact your plans unless you get to the front of the queue soon.

Here’s what’s happening, and how to avoid the delays impacting your Florida solar installation:

Custom Enforcements Restricting Solar Imports

In an effort to tackle forced labor in China, The U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) is enforcing action on silica-based products made in China.

The Department of Homeland Security issued a ‘Withhold Release Order’, which instructs all U.S. ports to detain shipments made under these conditions.

This effort is being made to tackle the forced labor of the Uyghur Muslim peoples of China.

In a statement from the Department of Homeland Security, it was explained:

“The United States will not tolerate modern-day slavery in our supply chains. This Withhold Release Order demonstrates we continue to protect human rights and international labor standards and promote a more fair and competitive global marketplace.”

“Forced labor is a human rights abuse that hurts vulnerable workers, weakens the global economy, and exposes consumers to unethically made merchandise,”

Understandably, this is causing tension politically as the Biden administration is pushing for a rapid expansion of clean energy resources, but is also rightfully and forcefully against any modern slave labor.

The white house has stated that solar deployment needs to accelerate by 4x its current pace to meet clean energy targets by 2035. The targets could see solar in the U.S. move from 3% of electrical generation to over 40% by 2035.

It should be noted, this doesn’t mean all solar companies are consciously using forced labor suppliers. Nor does it mean they are using forced labor suppliers even if they’re affected by the delays.

Each part manufacturer uses a large supply chain which is incredibly hard to trace from silicon metal and quartz mining to the factories themselves.

Philip Shen of Roth Capital Partners has said that “almost any module coming to the U.S. cannot yet prove it does not have Hoshine silicon metal.”

He went on to say traceability capability could take 6-12 months to develop.

Solar Delays Coming

Silica is a raw material used to make components for solar panels, solar modules, electronics, and other solar equipment. It plays an integral part in any solar installation and the U.S., like the rest of the world, relies on imports from overseas.

With imports restricted, this means the solar industry is going to have a tight and stressful Q3 and Q3, later this year.

Solar module shortages, in particular, are suspected to be present with the COVID-19 pandemic already creating a bottleneck supply chain and a shortage of raw materials.

It’s estimated this enforcement could jeopardize a vast number of solar installations, ‘representing a total investment of about $2.2 billion on a payroll of 3,000 construction workers.’

Rising Prices?

As always when solar module shortages arrive, there are fears over rising prices.

We’ve already seen the pandemic cause equipment prices to rocket, as bottlenecks arise and this could again be a problem later this year due to import restrictions.

This is likely to be an issue for installers more than customers, but it is yet another reason to act fast and get your installation started before the industry hits problems.

What Does This Mean For You?

If you’re considering a Florida solar installation, then now is the time to act. Getting in the queue fast will allow you to enjoy the existing supply of parts, before any solar module shortages hit.

As for installation companies like ourselves, if we don’t have parts arriving in time then delays may arise.

Thankfully, at this point, we are unaffected and will do our very best to ensure all our customers have their installations started and completed on time – just like we always have done.

As a local Florida solar company, we take care of our customers and don’t make large, blanket cancellations like some of the bigger name installers.

It should also be noted that this doesn’t mean we or other installers are using forced labor suppliers – these import detentions and delays are having a knock-on effect on the whole industry, regardless of the solar parts supplier used.

There is no reason to panic if you already have a solar installation planned, this message is more of a warning – act now and get in ahead of the queues to avoid delays!

Act Now to Get Solar Tax Credits

Florida solar tax credits can allow you to save thousands of dollars on your Florida solar installation.

But that is only true if your installation starts before the end of 2021. Every year, the amount you can save drops – it’s currently at 26% but will gradually drop to 0% in 2024.

In order to avoid missing out on this year’s solar tax credits, ensure that you avoid potential delays by heading to the front of the queue now.

How Much Can I Save Through Solar Tax Credits?

2021’s solar tax credits represent a 26% saving on all labor, equipment and costs. These costs will be deducted from your tax bill.

Here’s an example of much you could save on a $10,000 Florida solar installation:

26% OF $10,000 = $2,600 IN SOLAR TAX CREDIT SAVINGS

You can read our Florida solar tax credits guide here.

Solar Installations in Florida

If you’re interested in installing solar panels in Florida then contact us today.

Florida Power Services “The Solar Power Company” is the Sunshine’s states leading solar power installer and would love to help you save thousands of dollars in 2021, regardless of any solar module shortages.

With delays a possibility throughout the industry, we’ll strive to ensure your dream installation is completed on time without stress.

And one last reminder: Lock in pricing now! No delays, no regrets! Make the most of those solar tax credits in 2021!

Do Solar Tax Credits Apply to Re-Roofing?

When deciding to install solar panels in Florida, one of the first questions you may ask is, should I re-roof my property?

When deciding to install solar panels in Florida, one of the first questions you may ask is, should I re-roof my property? Your next question may be, will solar tax credit reductions apply?

These questions require careful consideration, but there are facts that some solar providers may hide from you. We’re here to get the facts straight regarding solar tax credits and re-roofing.

Tax Disclaimer

We’re not tax professionals and all information here does not and should not constitute professional tax guidance. With over 20 years of experience in the industry, we have the expertise to guide any solar project, but you should always consider advice from a professional when making tax decisions.

What Are Solar Tax Credits?

First up, let’s make it clear what solar tax credits are.

The Federal Investment Tax Credit (a.k.a Solar Tax Credits) is a system that allows you to deduct a percentage of your solar installation costs from your annual federal taxes – effectively reducing the bill you pay for installation.

  • In 2021, the savings are 26%.
  • By 2023, it will drop to 22%.
  • In 2024, it will drop to 0%.

Solar tax credits cover all labor, equipment and installation costs. They can also be carried forward to the next year if you can’t take the full credit in the year of the installation.

How Much Could I Save Through Solar Tax Credits?

Let’s look at an example: If your solar installation costs $10,000, then you could receive Solar Tax Credits of $2,600 in 2021 – reducing your costs significantly!

Does a New Roof Apply to Solar Tax Credits?

So, can you apply those reductions to a re-roofing job in conjunction with solar panels?

The short answer: No.

Many contractors or solar installers in Florida may tell you otherwise: don’t listen to them.

The last thing you want is to end up in hot water with the IRS. And you don’t want to have to pay for roof bills when you didn’t expect it. Over the years, we’ve seen plenty of new solar installers cut corners, add additional re-roofing and trick you into thinking you’ll make savings. We’ll never do that.

Here’s what the IRS says:

IRS Form 5695 Guidance:

The IRS guidance states that tax reductions apply to qualified solar electric property costs. Which are defined as:

“Qualified solar electric property costs are costs for property that uses solar energy to generate electricity for use in your home located in the United States.

No costs relating to a solar panel or other property installed as a roof (or portion thereof) will fail to qualify solely because the property constitutes a structural component of the structure on which it is installed.

Some solar roofing tiles and solar roofing shingles serve the function of both traditional roofing and solar electric collectors and thus serve functions of both solar electric generation and structural support. These solar roofing tiles and solar roofing shingles can qualify for the credit.

This is in contrast to structural components such as a roof’s decking or rafters that serve only a roofing or structural function and thus do not qualify for the credit. The home doesn’t have to be your main home.”

What About Solar Roofs with Solar Tiles?

Some solar roofs, such as those with solar tiles, may have components applicable. However, confusion arises when it comes to the structural parts of the roof.

The IRS guidance states:

“Some solar roofing tiles and solar roofing shingles serve the function of both traditional roofing and solar electric collectors and thus serve functions of both solar electric generation and structural support.

These solar roofing tiles and solar roofing shingles can qualify for the credit. This is in contrast to structural components such as a roof’s decking or rafters that serve only a roofing or structural function and thus do not qualify for the credit.”

That last sentence seems to clarify that structural parts of the roof will not qualify for solar tax credits. So if you think you’ll make tax savings on re-roofing, think again.

Do I Need a New Roof?

We should also take the opportunity to warn you to consider whether the cost of a solar installation is worth it for your solar vision.

Many new customers of ours report that they’ve been considering solar roofs from competitors.

However, it’s worth asking whether it makes sense financially.

Solar roofs usually require you to build an entirely new roof AND install solar panels.

If you have no desire or need for a new roof, you could end up paying for something you didn’t even have your eyes set on.

At Florida Power Services “The Solar Power Company”, we install solar panels and solar battery banks without the need to redesign your roof.

We use long-lasting solar brackets and components that don’t damage or affect what’s underneath.

Trust the Experts, Not Someone After a Quick Sale

If someone is offering you a solar roof with the promise of solar tax credit reductions, consider their true intentions.

If someone is just out to build a new roof that you don’t need, then consider whether they have your best intentions in mind.

While it would be great to have your roof qualify for Solar tax credits, at best only limited parts will qualify.

Florida Solar Power Services can point you in the right direction for your solar tax credits, but ultimately you should always talk and liaise with your tax professional.

Why You Should Act Now!

As previously mentioned, Solar Tax Credits will continue to drop to 0% in 2024. Now is the time to get your Florida solar installation started.

The reductions have already dropped from 30% in 2019. Time moves fast.

Act now and don’t miss out on saving thousands of dollars!

Solar Panel Installation in Florida

If you’re interested in installing solar panels in Florida on your roof, then contact us today.

Florida Power Services “The Solar Power Company” is the Sunshine’s states leading solar power installer and would love to help you save thousands of dollars in 2021.

One last reminder: Lock in pricing now! No delays, no regrets! Make the most of those solar tax credits!