Want to know more about solar projects in Florida?

You’re not alone. We’ve been inundated with the flood of Florida residents asking about solar panels for their homes and business buildings. There is real demand for this key piece of innovation over the last few years, and we don’t expect that to change anytime soon. 

Part of it is the critical mass that solar achieved in the past few years. It’s suddenly become obvious that the energy savings are significant, and that solar is a better mode of energy harvesting than the traditional methods. So there is that sea change welling up as people contribute to making the switch.

But there’s also some particular value for Florida residents. Let’s talk about some of the reasons that so many people in the state of Florida are considering solar panels and solar power installations, and turning to Mitchell Solar Solutions for help. 

Sunny Florida

Simply put, Florida just has more sunny days than other parts of the country.

Weather estimates show that Florida residents experience 237 sunny days a year, where the national average is 205.

This comes from Bestplaces.net:

“Florida … gets 55 inches of rain, on average, per year. The US average is 38 inches of rain per year. Florida averages 0 inches of snow per year. The US average is 28 inches of snow per year.”

Each of those sunny days adds to the energy harvesting that’s done with solar. Each of these days creates more readily available energy to go into batteries in storage systems and be used when the sun is not out, or at times of peak demand, or in some cases, sold back to a grid.

Solar and Storms

There’s also a big storm season coming, and that happens every year in the state of Florida.

People think carefully about protecting their homes and businesses from storm damage.

This is one place where solar can come in handy. First of all, manufacturers estimate that solar panels can be resistant to 200-mile-an-hour winds. They’re also pretty resistant to hail.

While a strong enough storm can uproot any kind of infrastructure, where solar is really valuable is where it comes down to moderate or mild storm damage.

It doesn’t take much of a storm to pull down a power line. And then, in that case, the home or business is simply without power until the utility can scramble to restore it.

The solar installation delivers power at the destination, and so there are no lines to worry about. As long as the solar panel stays put, you get energy with no interruption.

Expertise and Commitment

Mitchell Solar Solutions is experienced in setting up the solar systems that residents and business owners rely on in the state of Florida.

We’re knowledgeable about all of the tax rebates and other opportunities that you get with new solar projects.

Turn to Mitchell Solar Solutions for assistance with putting some of these very modern solar installations in place.