Florida Power and Light Solar Rebates Starting June 21 2011

Solar Energy Rebates Coming Soon.

Get Paid To Go SOLAR !


Solar Hot Water and Solar Electric (PV) Systems Qualify for new FPL Solar Rebate Program.
FPL are offering CASH rebates to residential and commercial customers who invest in Solar Hot Water Heating or Solar Electric (PV) systems in their homes or businesses.  


Two Important Numbers

$1000 CASH rebate for a residential Solar Hot Water Heating System

$2.00 / watt CASH rebate for a residential Solar Electric (PV) system. This would be $10,000 rebate on a 5kW PV system !!!!

Two Important Dates

 May 31st – This is the date FPL are going to release the program requirements and application check list.

June 21st – This is the date the first applications will be accepted.

Commercial rebates are also available though FPL has not been clear on the  basis for determining the amounts per system. They have released the following schedule for the maximum rebate.

Commercial Solar Water Heating: Up to $50,000 per premise. If your business has multiple premises up to $150,000 total

Commercial Solar Electric (Photovoltaic): Up to $50,000 per premise. If your business has multiple premises up to $150,000 total

Next Steps

Call Energy Wise Solar  (866) FREE-ENERGY today to schedule your free, no obligation Solar Site Survey. We can discuss your objectives and determine the best solar energy system and energy efficiency program to meet your goals and fit within your budget.

Don’t forget – you still get the 30% Federal Tax Credit. Combining both these credits results in a total rebate of almost 50% off something that was already a great idea!

FPL rebate funds are allocated on a “first come first served” basis. Similar programs have been exhausted within days of launching. Don’t delay …..

Call us today (866) FREE-ENERGY or Contact Energy Wise Solar here.

The complete information is available here on the FPL website


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