Solar Made Simple


This is a graph that is located on your power bill. It is usually on the first page and shows your kilowatt hours usage for the year. Our engineers use this after measuring your roof’s sun hours and sun-to-shade ratio to see how much your monthly energy bill will decrease after your Solar system is deployed.

There is a simple answer for this.  Yes. When a homeowner purchases a Solar system for their home, they are entitled to a 26% immediate tax credit. So when a Solar company provides you no cost solar panels and installation, the solar company gets to keep the tax credit and uses other government and in-house programs to recoup some of the monies invested. The Solar company then resells this power back to the homeowner for a lot less than they were paying their utility company. The homeowner ends up paying nothing out of pocket, but still saves money on their electricity and they are shielded from future rate increases.

The Florida Public Service Commission recently approved a $22 billion project so that FP&L can “harden” the state power grid over the next 10 years. This means that over the next ten years, Floridians are going to be hit with multiple yearly rate increases as FP&L removes all of the power lines in the State of Florida, and buries all of the power lines underground. By the time the project is done, FP&L customers could be paying twice as much as they are currently paying, for using the same amount of power. You can find out more about this project here.

A system in which solar panels or other renewable energy generators are connected to a public-utility power grid and surplus power is transferred onto the grid, allowing customers to offset the cost of power drawn from the utility.

It reduces the amount of electricity you consume from your utility company, thereby reducing or eliminating your monthly bill and makes you less susceptible to random price hikes from unscrupulous utility companies and the agencies that govern them.

Oil and coal in itself is not bad. Its the extraction of oil, coal, as well as the combustion that damage the environment.

Unfortunately many states have laws that prohibit homeowners from going off grid. The home must still be connected to the grid, even if you produce your own power. There are battery banks which allow you to store the extra energy for use at a later time which could technically allow families to live off grid, but a home is usually almost always connected to the grid of its local utility monopoly.

Solar panels will not be able to provide your home or business with electricity during a power outage. There are, however, two exceptions  to this: your system is equipped with a battery for energy storage, or you forgo the benefits of grid-tied solar and opt for an off-grid system. Unfortunately many states mandate every homeowner to be connected to the electrical grid.

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We help homeowners save money by showing them how to generate their own power and making them less reliant on state-controlled utility companies.


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The Space Coast
Merritt Island, Florida
tel: 321-355-2270