Hillsborough County, FL — A 14 KW Solar Electric Array with SMA inverters and a 120 Gallon Solar Hot water heater brought this family’s home to net zero.
Take advantage of the 26% tax credit on the whole solar carport, not just the panels. You get shade and electricity all in one package.
Pinellas County, FL – This home received two inverters, each with its own back up power outlet. Usually if the power goes out, so does the solar generation, but this system from SMA and the StoreEdge system each provide solar power when the power is out, though by differing means.
St. Pete Beach — Right on the water — a great place to make solar energy for this large home with a 16 KW system. The wind is a consideration in the attachment design strength but it keeps the solar power modules cool enabling it to poduce more energy each month.
This large Valrico, FL home received a 15 KW system and a solar pool heater to get it to net zero energy.
This Dunedin, FL property was developed by a landlord that was interested in offering a net-zero energy rental. A 9 KW solar power system was installed and also a solar pool heating system to maximize energy savings.
It did not take many of our powerful SolarWorld 325 Watt panels to make this home in Clearwater, FL net zero energy. This system also had very flexible design with the SolarEdge optimizer and inverter system.
This 10 KW home in Temple Terrace, FL now has no electricity bill. The mounts are integral to the roof and the reflective quality of the TPO keeps the panels cool and helps them generate even more solar electric power.
This is a good example of a upscale home in a New Tampa Neighborhood with a street-facing installation. HOA’s are not allowed to interfere with solar access according to FL state law.