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We service over 20 counties throughout North & Central Florida Area including but not limited to Alachua, Citrus, Clay, Duval, Lake, Marion, Nassau, Sumter & Surrounding Areas and have been since 1981. 

We have reached "Grid Parity" where it cost the same to buy a solar system and own your power than it costs to rent your power each month for the utility company. And as utility rates rise at an average of 4-5% per year, your system becomes more and more valuable.

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T: 1-800-951-2615

T: 352-351-1333

T: 904-717-6676

E: info@gosolartrek.com 

License: CVC56899

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SOLAR ENERGY IS AFFORDABLE

The cost of solar has come down approximately 70% in the past 5 years. More solar manufacturers and market competition have improved prices dramatically for consumers.

We have reached "Grid Parity" where it costs the same to buy a solar system and own your power than it costs to rent your power each month for the utility company. As utility rates rise, your system becomes more and more valuable.

solar-trek-residential-pv-roofSolar electric systems are typically sold by the watt. As an example, if you were to purchase a 5000 watt system at $3.00 per watt your cost would be $15,000. If you pay income taxes you can enjoy a 30% tax credit on the total cost of the system. On a $15,000 system the tax credit would be $4,500 making the net cost of your solar electric system $10,500.

The solar modules, inverters, roof type and other factors determine the price you pay per watt. The average cost of a grid tied solar electric system is between $2.60 and $3.50 per watt. Inverters and roof type have the biggest impact on price. Solar electric systems have a 25 year warranty and a 35 year plus lifespan. A few thousand dollars over the life of the system will add up to very few dollars annually.

Since Florida utilities have net metering, you get credit for every KWh (kilo watt hour) you solar electric system produces. For our example, we'll use true net metering at $.125 per KWh