Managing your Investment Tax Credit this Tax Season

What is the Solar Investment Tax Credit? The Investment Tax Credit (ITC) is a 30 percent federal tax credit for solar systems purchased and installed on residential and commercial properties. For residential installations, the ITC would be applied to the homeowner’s income taxes. The credit is available once the solar system is turned on and [...]

By | March 24th, 2016|Blog|0 Comments

Floridians for Solar Choice Suffers FPL Monopoly Reign

Floridians for Solar Choice Suffers Oppressive Electrical Utility Monopolistic Rule Gives Up and Talks About 2018 Floridians for Solar Choice - If you asked people where the best place for solar energy would be one would expect places like California, Arizona and Florida to be at the top of that list. Truth is Florida is [...]

By | February 14th, 2016|Blog|0 Comments

How to Find the Best Florida Solar Contractor

Over the past ten years, The US Solar Institute has been dedicated to training and developing qualified solar energy contractors and installers so recently when someone asked “what should we look for in a solar energy contractor when every website says they are the best”? How does one find the Best Florida Solar Contractor when [...]

Florida Solar One a Top 500 Solar Installer

Solar Power World Ranks Florida Solar One a Top 500 Solar Installer The Florida Solar Panel market continues to grow with twenty-seven Florida based solar energy companies making the Solar Power World’s top 500 solar panel installer list. Florida Solar One a Top 500 Solar Installer in the state and nation in 2014 with a [...]

By | October 11th, 2015|Blog, Florida Solar, Solar Panel Installation|0 Comments

US Solar to Present at Environmental June Luncheon

Local, Florida-based solar company US Solar, will be presenting at the South Florida Association of Environmental Professionals (SFAEP) June Luncheon. The luncheon will take place Thursday, June 18, and will focus on the financial and environmental benefits of commercial scale solar for Florida businesses. The luncheon will also provide a forum for attending professionals to [...]

By | June 17th, 2015|Blog, Florida Solar|0 Comments

Miami Solar Panel Installer Florida Solar One Chosen for Micro Battery Solar Power System

Miami, FL – Florida business Micropower Battery Company has officially joined the solar revolution in the Sunshine State! In an effort to reduce their carbon footprint and offset their commercial energy usage, Micropower partnered with local Miami solar panel installer company Florida Solar One for the installation of a 33kW rooftop solar system. The amount of energy [...]

By | June 9th, 2015|Blog, Florida Solar|0 Comments

US Solar Joins Young Republicans and Conservatives for Energy Freedom Event

Conservative college students and young professionals are hosting a town hall meeting with Conservatives for Energy Freedom founder Debbie Dooley, Floridians for Solar Choice, and US Solar, showing yet again that solar energy is a bi-partisan issue that young people care about, and that solar options are wanted and supported here in South Florida. Right [...]

By | May 19th, 2015|Blog, Florida Solar|0 Comments

Georgia Legislature Approves PPA’s, Florida Hoping to Follow

Ah, the sunny south, the land of peaches, oranges and solar potential. I’m talking about Georgia and Florida here, and the key word is “potential”, unless you just really like fruit salad. Both states rank very high on sun index research that ranks states based on the amount of high quality sunshine they get, yet [...]

By | April 20th, 2015|Blog, Florida Solar|0 Comments

Florida Market is BEGGING to Go Solar

Let the Sunshine State Shine! The highly anticipated go solar rebate offered by Florida Power and Light (FPL) was opened for application this morning. After a “sneak” opening of a minute or so around the 8:23 mark, the rebate portal was officially live at 8:30 AM. Residential solar rebate funds were all claimed [...]

By | January 14th, 2015|Blog|1 Comment

$191 Mil Taxpayer Dollars will be used for Fracking

With the holidays right around the corner, things aren’t looking quite that sunny in the Sunshine State of Florida. As we all know, the growth of the solar industry in Florida is largely dependent on the sort of policies that the state government chooses to put into place and support. In addition to elected officials, the [...]

By | December 19th, 2014|Blog|0 Comments