How Solar Works

Wondering just how solar works? Our Team of Engineers, Permitting Specialists as well as our Solar Concierge Team get your System Ready for Install.

Our sun is a free source of energy. It releases photons that travel millions of miles to earth to power your home. In 1 hour the sun sends enough protons to power earth for a year. 

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Go solar in three easy steps

1 - Get Your Customized Design

Our expert Solar Specialist will create and design a complimentary solar savings plan.

2 - Create Your Savings Plan

We will show you how to replace your high-priced electricity with low cost solar payment.

3 - We Install Your Solar

Our team will provide a 5 star installation experience Interconnection to the local utility.

“Been working in Palm Beach County for 30 years as an electrician and now an Inspector and i have never seen such a mint installation”

Richard M. – Palm Beach County Inspector

How does Solar Work?

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"Great experience from start to finish with Go Solar Power! The entire installation process was on time, professional and without any problems."

Terry D. – Solar and Battery Customer

Outstanding Customer Service

Communication is Key

Our Concierge team will walk you through every step of your Solar Journey.

Permits and HOA

We make it easy by pulling all of the necessary permits and obtaining permission from from your HOA.

Interconnection

We will finalize your Solar Installation with Interconnection to your power company enabling your Net Metering.

Best Install Teams In the Business

The Best Teams Coast to Coast

Our group of Solar Installers bring professionalism and  reliability to your Solar Installation.

Pride in Workmanship

Our Customers are always happy to show off their new system installed by the industry’s best.

Your Solar Lifestyle Starts Here.

Two Easy Ways to Reach Us:

Prefer to Call? A Solar Specialist is Standing by:

800-530-9597

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Solar Contractor License:

  • CVC 56962 (Florida)
  • COA 650 (South Carolina)

Electrical License:

  • California CSLB#1069269
  • Florida: EC13007879
  • Georgia: EN216145
  • North Carolina: U32638
  • South Carolina: CLM115302
  • Alabama: 02301
  • Texas: 35375
  • Louisiana 72043

DOR:

  • RS9908186

FL CS:

  • TC5160

Contractor License:

  • FL Roofing CCC 1332637
  • FL Builders CBC1264000
  • Georgia Builders GCCO007273