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Save More in Florida
with Solar Net Metering

Stop paying for your power and start owning your energy independence.

What is Net Energy Metering (NEM)?

Net metering is a solar benefit available to FL residents with grid-tied solar systems.
Homeowners can save a lot of money or even get paid by utility companies.
When combined with other factors such as time-of-use rates and federal tax credits,
residential solar owners can benefit more than ever!

How Net Metering Works

Solar systems produce electricity to power your home but often produce extra energy
that can be stored in your home battery backup or sold to utility companies through the power grid.
When excess solar power is sent to the grid,
you earn energy credits from the power company to offset your future usage.
At the end of the year, any remaining credits are paid out to you by the electric company. That’s right, you can get paid to go solar!

Florida Utility Companies Offering Net Metering

All Investor Owned Utilities (IOUs) in the Sunshine State must abide by Florida’s net energy metering law. Luckily, the IOUs provide most of the state’s residential power. You can apply for the program with your local energy provider to ensure your home system is compatible with Net Metering. Once approved, you’ll get a new energy meter that measures the excess power you send back to the grid. Individual net metering provider details are linked below!

Florida Power & Light (FPL)

This includes Gulf Power Company which was fully integrated with FPL on 1/1/2022

Duke Energy (Florida)

Tampa Electric Company (TECO)

Florida Public Utilities Company (FPUC)

Going Solar With SunVena

At Sunvena, we’re more than a solar company–we’re a group of clean energy professionals passionate about delivering excellent customer experiences while maximizing your solar ROI. Speak with one of our Energy Advisors today and get your free quote to see how much you can save with solar!