Proud homeowner Karl Nurse kneels in front of the solar electricity panels Solar Source installed on his garage in St. Petersburg, FL. This system is expected to pay for itself in seven years.
Produce your own power with the sun!
Think you can’t afford solar power? You are already making the payment! Let us evaluate your home and design a custom system that will dramatically lower your electric bills. Our average residential customer has a payback of between six and twelve years.
Contact Us to get a free custom quote now for Solar electricity panel installation in St. Petersburg, FL
You have two main options when installing solar electricity panels on your home:
Your home uses solar energy first, then draws from the grid, which greatly reduces your electricity bill. During peak production, excess energy is sent to the grid, which gives you a credit to use during night time. Essentially, the grid is a giant battery that stores your excess solar power.
Grid Interactive with Battery Back Up
Your solar system delivers power to the grid during daylight hours. If the grid were to fail, your inverter switches to battery back up power.
Solar Electricity is a cost effective, environmentally friendly option to meet your power needs:
This bill for $12.63 represents a zero energy month, with the minimal fee that every customer pays to be connected to the grid.
- Stop paying huge power bills – make your own electricity
- Low Maintenance
- Reduce air pollution
- Adaptable to your future needs
- Reliable source of electricity
- Increase your property value
- Secure tax benefits and incentives
Solar systems are more affordable now than ever. With available financing
, solar systems start at $89 per month. Each system is custom designed and tailored to your needs. Contact us
to get a free quote now. We are experts at maneuvering through the complicated utility rebate process and we’ll work with you to make sure you get the maximum benefits from Federal and utility incentives.
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During the day, the sunlight hits your solar panels and is converted to Direct Current, known as DC. An Inverter converts the electricity from DC into AC which allows it to power your home. To learn more, visit our Solar 101