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What Would Florida’s Vetoed Net Metering Bill Have Done?

As summer approaches and Florida weather gets even steamier, air conditioners work harder, and power bills get higher. The sun hits harder here in the Sun Belt than in other regions. So, naturally, Florida has grown into one of the largest consumers of solar power in the US while also employing thousands of workers statewide who install and maintain solar

Compass Solar Now Offers Tesla Products

Compass Solar is proud and excited to announce that we are now fully certified to sell the Powerwall, an exclusive branded Tesla backup battery, to complement your solar power system in your home or business. Here, we’ll introduce the Tesla Powerwall, how it works, its cost-saving benefits, and how Compass Solar can help you, as a homeowner or business owner,

Will the Government Subsidize My Solar Panels?

As gas and oil prices continue surging and political instability keeps growing around the world, you may be wondering what you can do for the planet and how you might invest in your own green future Maybe you’ve considered cutting down your reliance on fossil fuels. Perhaps you’ve been interested in getting your own solar panels for your home or

How Does the Compass Solar 0% Financing Program Work?

Solar panels, which provide clean energy for decades, are an excellent long-term investment that generate substantial returns (ROI) over time. The reality, though, is that solar panels do come with an extensive up-front price tag for the raw materials and installation. The savings, in contrast, accrue slowly over years of use, so many property owners are understandably concerned with the

What Is the State of Solar in 2022?

We’ve all been impacted, in one way or another, by the economic setbacks of the past two years, caused by the supply line collapse following lockdowns related to COVID-19 and other associated challenges. Now, the current crisis in Ukraine threatens the global fossil fuel supply, further destabilizing the world economy and fueling a serious rise in costs for all consumer

Is it Illegal to Go Off-Grid in Florida?

“Going off-grid” – disconnecting from a utility power source and instead relying on alternative energy sources like solar power – is fully legal in Florida. But that comes with special caveats — if you do it the right way, with the proper planning and foresight, in most jurisdictions in the state. Every year, thousands of Floridians free themselves from the

What Would Florida’s Vetoed Net Metering Bill Have Done?

As summer approaches and Florida weather gets even steamier, air conditioners work harder, and power bills get higher. The sun hits harder here in the Sun Belt than in other regions. So, naturally, Florida has grown into one of the largest consumers of solar power in the US while also employing thousands of workers statewide who install and maintain solar

Compass Solar Now Offers Tesla Products

Compass Solar is proud and excited to announce that we are now fully certified to sell the Powerwall, an exclusive branded Tesla backup battery, to complement your solar power system in your home or business. Here, we’ll introduce the Tesla Powerwall, how it works, its cost-saving benefits, and how Compass Solar can help you, as a homeowner or business owner,

Will the Government Subsidize My Solar Panels?

As gas and oil prices continue surging and political instability keeps growing around the world, you may be wondering what you can do for the planet and how you might invest in your own green future Maybe you’ve considered cutting down your reliance on fossil fuels. Perhaps you’ve been interested in getting your own solar panels for your home or

How Does the Compass Solar 0% Financing Program Work?

Solar panels, which provide clean energy for decades, are an excellent long-term investment that generate substantial returns (ROI) over time. The reality, though, is that solar panels do come with an extensive up-front price tag for the raw materials and installation. The savings, in contrast, accrue slowly over years of use, so many property owners are understandably concerned with the

What Is the State of Solar in 2022?

We’ve all been impacted, in one way or another, by the economic setbacks of the past two years, caused by the supply line collapse following lockdowns related to COVID-19 and other associated challenges. Now, the current crisis in Ukraine threatens the global fossil fuel supply, further destabilizing the world economy and fueling a serious rise in costs for all consumer

Is it Illegal to Go Off-Grid in Florida?

“Going off-grid” – disconnecting from a utility power source and instead relying on alternative energy sources like solar power – is fully legal in Florida. But that comes with special caveats — if you do it the right way, with the proper planning and foresight, in most jurisdictions in the state. Every year, thousands of Floridians free themselves from the