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Aion Solar makes sustainability within your reach! From the materials to the installation, you can count on us to provide you with reliable and efficient energy here in Tampa, Florida.

Reasons to Get a Solar Panel Installation in Miami

Florida and the Heat

It’s hot in Florida, isn’t it? And where does the heat come from? Yes, that’s right, it comes from the sun! So why not… Make use of the sun to power your A/C unit and cool off! Beat the heat with solar panels in Miami, Florida!

State Incentives

As a solar company in Tampa, we at Aion Solar comply with both the federal and the state government’s rules and regulations regarding solar energy. Here are just some examples of them:
acts as a coupon for up to 30% off your home solar installation
lets you earn from excess power your solar installation produces
increases your home’s value but exempts you from paying additional property taxes because of your solar installation

High Energy Consumption

Twelve times a year, residents pay $216 for their energy bills. This means, they have $216 less for living their best lives.
But with the help of solar energy in Miami, residents can slash their energy bills! Imagine your bills as the fruits in that one ninja game! It’s that easy!

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Solsmart: Gold

The City of Miami is currently working to achieve the SolSmart Gold designation.
SolSmart is a national technical assistance and designation program, funded by the U.S. Department of Energy SunShot Initiative.
It aims to recognize communities that have taken key steps to address local barriers to solar energy.
To aid in this cause, Aion Solar aims to provide only the best solar panels in Miami, Florida.

Wind vs Sun: Which is better?

While Florida does not produce any wind energy, it is a leader in solar energy. The Sunshine
State is the third-largest producer of solar energy in the US.
Compared to nuclear power, coal, natural gas, and wind, solar is the most reasonably-priced
form of energy. It is $3 less than wind energy, another renewable form of energy.

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1. Set up the scaffolding

This ensures safety during the whole installation process while our solar experts are on the roof, working on installing your brand new solar system.

2. Install the solar panel mounts

This will support the base of the solar panels. The whole mounting structure must be tilted and have an angle between 18 to 36 degrees to have maximum sunlight exposure.

3. Install the solar panels

When the mounts are set up, the solar panels themselves have to be installed on the mounting structure. Our solar experts make sure to tighten up all the bolts and nuts so that the panels stay stable.

4. Wire the solar panels

In this step, our solar experts install wiring. In most cases, MC4 connectors are used because they are suited for all types of solar panels. Our solar experts make sure to shut off the household’s electricity supply during this process.

5. Install the solar inverter

The solar inverter will be installed next. It will be connected to the system. Typically, it is installed near the main panel. It could be both indoors and outdoors, but generally, inverters are more efficient if kept in a cooler place and with ventilation.

6. Bond the solar inverter and the solar battery

The solar inverter will be connected to the solar battery next. The solar battery storage can save you from worrying about the lack of usable energy during cloudy times. It can also lower the solar battery storage system costs during installation.

7. Connect the inverter to the consumer unit

The inverter must be connected to the consumer unit to generate electricity. A generation meter must also be connected to monitor the amount of electricity the solar panels actually produce. You can then use your computer or other device to check your solar system’s performance.

8. Start and test the solar panels

The final step is to switch the power on and test the newly installed solar panel system. After checking the system is working correctly, the solar panel installation process is finally completed.

We Only Use the Best

Don’t settle for less than what you deserve. Aion Solar only uses the
best solar panels in the market.

Our Vision

The future is in our hands. With renewable energy in Miami, a better future is slowly but surely being realized. But we all need to come together to make this dream a reality.

The Best is What You Deserve

Don’t settle for less. We at Aion Solar, the best solar company in Miami, Florida, promise you only the best. It is what you deserve after all.

How did we choose the best solar panels?

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1. Quality

This takes into account how the panel is manufactured and the quality of the materials used to build the solar panel. There are different types of manufacturers producing panels that differ in quality, price, and efficiency.

2. Energy Efficiency

This takes into account how the panel is manufactured and the quality of the materials used to build the solar panel. There are different types of manufacturers producing panels that differ in quality, price, and efficiency.

3. Temperature Coefficient

This refers to the impact that heat has on a solar panel’s operational efficiency after installation. Since solar panel overheating accelerates their aging, the lower the percentage per degree Celsius, the better.

4. Durability

This is an indicator of the manufacturer’s confidence in its products. If the manufacturer does not offer a long warranty period, you can very well suspect that their product is not very good and so, they don’t want to take any responsibility.

5. Size

This takes into account the physical size and the size in Watts. The physical size of the panel will vary depending on how powerful the system is (the more Watts, the bigger) and the type of solar cells used to build the panel.

6. Types

Although their names might sound confusing, it is good to know at least the name so as not to be out-of-topic if our solar experts happen to mention this.


(A) Monocrystalline silicon offers high efficiency and good heat tolerance characteristics with a small footprint.


(B) Polycrystalline (or multi-crystalline) silicon cell based solar panels are now the most popular choice in residential installs.


(C) There are also Amorphous (or thin-film) silicon cells, which use the least amount of silicon and are not very efficient.


For an equivalent wattage, a crystalline panel will be smaller than an amorphous panel.

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