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Benefits of Solar Energy

Benefits of Solar Energy

With The Power Of Solar

Say no to rising electricity prices! Liberate your wallet

Light up
Stormy Nights

Slash your
Energy Bills

Save our
only planet

Stop Renting Power

Did you know there are solar incentives in Florida, the Sunshine State?

The Residential Clean Energy Credit

Acts as a coupon for 30% off your home solar installation

The Net
Metering Program

Lets you earn from excess power your solar installation produces

Property Tax Exemption

Increases your home’s value but exempts you from paying additional property taxes because of your solar installation

Proven By Numbers


Over 1.47 million solar panels are used across the contiguous 48 states alone.


A common-size solar panel array produces 350-850 kiloWatt-hours (kWh) per month.


Meanwhile, a typical household uses about 897 kWh per month.

Proven By Quality

Cooler Weather

Solar panels produce ZERO toxic emissions, which means they don’t contribute to global warming, and this leads to cooler weather for everyone!

Better Air Quality

With less toxic emissions polluting the air, we can enjoy breathing in CLEANER air. With cleaner air, we make sure our children grow up healthy and strong!

Recyclable Materials

And did we mention our solar panels are made of recyclable materials? Plus we offer a 25-YEAR WARRANTY, because we really want to ensure your satisfaction!

How Solar Panels Work

Solar energy systems are developing around the world, but for many, this rapidly growing form of renewable energy raises a question: How does solar energy work? Solar energy has emerged as the cheapest form of energy, and with that comes a lot of curiosity about how solar panels work and how solar energy works. To help shed some light on the topic, here is a simple visual guide from to how solar panels work step by step

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Here are some of our clients who now enjoy reliable and efficient energy.

In the Past

Did you know that the first solar
panel involved gold?

●      In 1839, Edmond Becquerel, a French scientist, discovered the Photovoltaic Effect: When electrons were in an excited state in a conduction band, they could move freely through a material, which creates a current.
●      In 1883, Charles Fritts, an American inventor, coated a thin layer of selenium with an extremely thin layer of gold. With gold on top of selenium, he created the very first solar panel. Although the resulting cells had a conversion electrical efficiency of only about 1%.
●     In 1922, Albert Einstein, an American citizen in his later years, received the Nobel prize for a paper he wrote about the power of solar.

In the Future

Solar will Shine Even

According to the World Economic Forum:

●      By 2030, solar will have become the most important source of energy for electricity production in a large part of the world.


●      Improvements in technology will make sure that solar becomes even more affordable for everyone and anyone.


●     Higher-efficiency modules will be commonplace, producing 1.5 times more power than existing solar panes.

These improvements come just in time too.

Because the U.S. Energy Information Administration forecasts:

●     The residential electricity price will average 14.6 cents per kilowatt-hour (kWh) in 2022, up 6.1% from 2021.


●    This increase largely reflects the increase in wholesale power prices, which is, in turn, driven by rising natural gas prices.

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Light from the sun is made up of tiny particles called photons.

Photons hit the solar panel, knocking electrons free of the silicon atoms within the solar cells.
These loose electrons are now free to move, creating an electric current form the positive and negative charges now present.
The electric current flows to the edge of the panel into a conductive wire, which leads to the inverter.
The inverter converts the direct current (DC) to alternating current (AC), which is what is used to provide power.
This electricity then transfers to the building. If the solar panels are connected to the utility meter, excess electricity to transferred to the utility grid. This causes the meter to run backward, crediting the property for surplus generation.