Fort Lauderdale Solar
The county seat of Broward county is a popular tourist destination in no small part thanks to its estimated 3000 hours of sunshine per year. That's 3000 hours of power production if you switch to solar and take control of your own utility bills. No matter whether we're talking about small scale residential or large scale commercial (do you have any idea how much space for solar panels is available in a mall or factory?) solar is the answer to your cost efficiency if you're living in Fort Lauderdale. And if you're looking for 'solar power installation near me' in Fort Lauderdale well then congratulations because you just found it.
As Little or as Much as you Need
Even with 3000 hours of sunshine there are still those who worry that solar power won't be enough to cater for their needs. Without knowing your power requirements we can still safely assure you that solar will benefit you enormously, but that a smart approach may be to use a flexible or combined approach. That would mean you get all the benefits of your own solar power station working for you throughout those sunny hours, but still have the back up of stored power and/or the national grid to ensure you never go short.
Let Us do the Math
Solar power is a science, not a thumb-suck so we can look at your power needs (just show us the utility bill), your location, your building's exposure, and the available space for photovoltaic panels to be installed. We can then calculate for you just how much you can save over a year and with that how long it will take for you to recoup that investment and hit the break even or better where your power is effectively free. Great for your pocketbook, great for the planet.
Grid-Tie and Net Metering
'But what if the sun doesn't shine today?' people ask. Your solar system can be tied to the grid so you effectively have the national power system as your back up and by a clever system called net metering you can deliver your solar power back into the national system for others to use. Until now that hasn't been available to citizens of the Sunshine State as the utility companies have resisted it but the regulations on third party power production are already starting to change and the way we pay for power is changing with them.
Small or Large Scale
We cater for any size of installation in the Fort Lauderdale area – from a partial power installation in a home that's intended only to power up pool and outside lights, to a full private solar power station to run industry or commercial interests. We do it all from simple roof panels on your roof to industrial scale systems. That includes the potential for a complete solar farm racked onto dual axis positioning systems that track the sun in the sky by day and reposition throughout the year to make the most of sunlight across the seasons.