A place you can ask your solar power questions

Many homeowners in Florida have installed solar panels. Do you ever wonder if it could work at your house?  

What You Need To Know

  • Solar United Neighbors to hold a webinar Thursday, May 13
  • You can get your solar questions answered
  • There are Florida solar co-ops offered if you have an interest in going solar

You might be asking: How are others doing it? Who are they hiring? Are solar panels reliable?

How much does it cost? Can my roof support it? Does my house need to face a certain direction? Does my homeowner’s association allow me to get solar panels? Will I still get an electric bill? 

Solar panels might be a good fit for your home, and maybe not. No matter if you’re skeptical or highly interested, the place to start is by getting questions answered from the independent non-profit agency ‘Solar United Neighbors (SUN).  

You’re lucky because they have a local division that helps answer all those questions and more. They also help organize groups of people to get bulk pricing from local solar contractors. 

It’s a great, non-stressful place to start if you’ve ever wanted questions answered about solar power.

Here’s the link to a Zoom information session for the Solar Florida 101 Webinar being held Thursday, May 13 at 12 p.m. 

Here are links to Solar United Neighbors information:

Solar United Neighbors of Florida Homepage 

Information to the Solar United Neighbors co-op