What Florida Homeowners Need To Know Before Going Solar WIth JEA
Raze Solar, a leading solar panel installation company, has released important information for homeowners in Jacksonville, Florida who are considering going solar and are customers of the Jacksonville Electric Authority (JEA).
By: Raze Solar
In a recent blog post, Raze Solar highlights the specific requirements that JEA has for solar panel installations, including a requirement for customers to submit a completed interconnection application to JEA before installation and to use a JEA-approved contractor. Failure to follow these guidelines could result in a delay or denial of the interconnection process.
Additionally, Raze Solar emphasizes the importance of understanding JEA's net metering policy, which allows customers to receive energy credits for excess power produced by their solar panels. Credits can be applied to a customer's bill to offset energy costs for nighttime usage. It's important for homeowners to understand the limitations and requirements of JEA's policy before adding home solar panels.
"We want to make sure that homeowners in Jacksonville are fully informed and prepared before making the switch to solar," said Chris McKinney, CEO of Raze Solar. "By following JEA's guidelines and understanding their net metering policy, homeowners can maximize their savings and make a positive impact on the environment."
Raze Solar has years of experience installing solar panels for homes and businesses in Jacksonville and is dedicated to providing high-quality installations that meet JEA's standards. The company offers free consultations to homeowners who are interested in making the switch to solar.
For more information on Raze Solar's services and JEA's requirements for solar panel installations, please visit the Raze Solar website at razesolar.com.