Florida Solar Panels
Shop the best deals on solar panels in Florida. Find kits that are just the right size for your home or business. Florida is known for its pristine beaches, unique ecosystems and tropical climate. Protecting the environment is crucial in the Sunshine State because the well-being of the residents and the economy depends on it. Clean solar energy is renewable and free of any harmful emissions. Burning fossil fuels for electricity causes irreversible damage to the atmosphere and negatively impacts the well-being of the native plants and wildlife that call Florida home.
Installing Florida solar panels enable you to harness all the FREE clean solar energy that hits the state every day. Florida solar panels generate electricity that is non-polluting and renewable. After installation, Florida solar panels will last a lifetime and require virtually no maintenance.
For added protection and peace of mind in Florida, you should consider solar panels that resist salt corrosion and humidity and comply with IEC 61701: Salt Mist Corrosion Testing. The AUO EcoDuo solar panel, the Canadian Solar Panel CS6P, the Ritek solar panels and the Conergy PM solar panel series have the IEC 61701 salt corrosion certification that is perfect for the coastal Florida climates.
Solar panels have arrays of solar cells that harvest sunlight and convert it into electricity. Florida solar panel systems include an inverter, wiring, optional battery storage and a charge controller. Solar panels use the solar inverter to convert the DC (direct current) electricity obtained from the sun into AC (alternating current) electricity to power your home. Any extra DC electricity is stored in batteries for later use. Even on the stormiest Florida days, your Florida solar panels will still produce electricity.
The position of your Florida solar panels, weather conditions and excess shade can impact performance. Florida solar panels work best on roofs that face south and must be away from objects that might cast shade. A solar evaluation by a Florida solar installer will let you know if Florida solar panels are right for you.