The Sunshine State is Getting an Upgrade… to Solar Power

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Florida Homeowners Are Switching to Solar (Without Paying A Dime Up Front!)

Unfortunately, with no renewable portfolio standard -a policy that has driven investments in solar in other states- Florida's solar investments have lagged behind other states. However, meaningful growth is on the horizon. Florida ranks 2nd for projected capacity installed over the next 5 years by SEIA, with nearly 5.5 GW expected to come online.
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Florida has enough solar installed to power 453,837 homes—with the Martin Next Generation Solar Energy Center producing enough power to supply over 8,216 Florida homes (75 MW)! Considering prices have fallen 38% over the last 5 years, The Sunshine State may just become The Solar State.

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3,690,350,000 Watts Installed in Florida
$565 Average Yearly Savings!
5th in The Nation State Ranking Solar * SEIA Q4 2019 data
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Rebates & Incentives

Normally, when you add value to your house, your property tax bills increase—not so with solar! Thanks to Florida’s Property Tax Exclusion for Residential Renewable Energy Property, your solar system will potentially increase the value of your home, WITHOUT increasing your property taxes. Additionally, you will not even have to pay sales tax when you buy your new solar energy system, thanks to the Solar and CHP Sales Tax Exemption; that is a 6% savings on what you would otherwise pay.

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Net Metering

In Florida, net metering rules were adopted in 2008, allowing utility customers who connect approved, renewable generation systems (like solar panels) to the electric grid to sell electricity back to the utility companies—so while you are using less energy than you are producing, your solar panels are hard at work saving you money.

Useful Florida Energy Resources

Florida Energy Systems Consortium The Florida Energy Systems Consortium (FESC) was created by the Florida State government to promote collaboration among energy experts.


Florida Public Service Commission Florida PSC is the body that regulates the electricity rates and services of Florida public utilities.


DSIRE Incentives Database Florida Search DSIRE's listings for specific solar energy incentives in Florida.


US Energy Information Administration The U.S. government's official energy statistics, including data on electricity supply and demand for Florida.


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