Cocoa Beach's Premier Solar Panel Installer
SunVena is proud to have been recognized
for the following awards and honors
Ranked #1 in Top 100 Solar Installers
in the US for 2021 & 2022 by SolarReviews.com
Named an Elite Service provider by HomeAdvisor based on exceptional customer feedback
Voted a Top-Rated solar installation company by HomeAdvisor based on recommendations from 100% of our customers
Received Elite Screened and Verified status from EnergySage.
Florida’s Most Extensive
25-Year Comprehensive System Coverage
We’re so confident in the products and services we offer that we are the only company in the industry offering a 25 Year Total System Warranty.
Solar Panel Warranty
Roof Penetration Warranty
Power Production Guarantee
Going Solar in Cocoa Beach
Solar Power Basics
Solar power is one of the fastest-growing energy sources in the world. It provides homes with clean, renewable energy from the sun. Electricity is generated by converting sunlight into DC (direct current) energy through photovoltaic (PV) cells in solar panels. This energy is passed to an inverter that converts the DC power to AC (alternating current) electricity that is usable in your home.
Types of Home
Solar Power Systems
1- Grid Connected Solar
also known as, “grid-tied” because these systems are tied to the power grid. The energy generated from your installed solar panels is used to power your home. When the system isn’t producing power you get it from the grid. Extra power your system generates is sent back to the grid and your utility company gives you a credit.
2- Off Grid Solar Systems
commonly referred to as “stand-alone” systems aren’t connected to the power grid, which means that it doesn’t send any electricity to the electric grid and instead stores it in batteries or uses it immediately.
3- Grid Connected With Battery Back-Up
also known as, “hybrid” systems because it’s tied to the grid, but also has battery back-up. This system stores excess power your installed panels produce in your battery, but can also pull electricity from the power grid if needed.
Net metering is an added solar incentive available to Florida residents with grid-tied or hybrid solar systems. It allows you to sell the excess power generated by your solar panels back to the electrical grid to earn credit from Florida Power and Light (FPL) that’s applied to your electric bill on lower solar production months. Net metering helps you save with solar by reducing or eliminating your power bill!
Is Solar Worth It In
Cocoa Beach, Florida?
Cocoa Beach, FL is Prime For Solar ROI
Cocoa Beach is one of the sunniest cities in the country, ranking in the top 3% for average sunny days per year and in the top 1% for solar production in the USA. This means that it is one of the sunniest and most conducive cities in the country for solar power! By harnessing the sun’s energy, to power your homes you can save big on your electric bill.
26% Federal Tax Credit Ends in 2022
Although 2019 was the last year the full 30% tax credit was available, homeowners in Cocoa Beach can still receive a 26% credit through 2022. In 2023, it will go down to 22% and no longer be offered to residents in Cocoa Beach FL after 2023.
Keep in mind that a tax credit works differently than a tax deduction. A credit means you’ll be directly refunded on your taxes for the qualified amount. For example, if you pay $15,000 for a 6kW solar system in 2020, you’ll be credited $3,900 on your 2020 tax returns, bringing the cost of your unit down to $11,100.
Other Solar Incentives & Benefits
– Increased property value
– Florida property tax exemption
– Solar is exempt from Florida state sales tax
– Reduce or eliminate monthly electric bill with net metering
– Protect roofing from harsh weather
– Experience dependable, reliable power
– Protect the environment by reducing greenhouse gas emissions and air pollutants
How Much Does Solar Cost in Cocoa Beach?
Solar panel costs in Cocoa Beach, FL are generally cheaper than the rest of Florida. However, the cost will vary depending on the size and type of system you choose. There are many factors to consider when deciding to go solar, such as the type of roof you have, the amount of sun your home receives, and your electricity usage. Get a free quote from one our expert solar consultants today!