As part of a five-year pilot program authorized by the Florida Public Service Commission, FPL is partnering with not-for-profit low-income-housing builders under the Solar Water Heating Low-Income New Construction Program to install 1,000 solar water heaters in low-income housing units over the next five years.
According to the Florida Solar Energy Center (FSEC), a solar water heater can cut a family's water-heating costs by up to 85 percent, which will help low-income families keep costs down in their new homes.
This rebate is not open to individual applicants; recipients will be selected by the low-income housing builders through a separate process. For more information, email SolarLISupport@fpl.com.
- Review the program standards on www.FPL.com/solarrebates
- Do your own additional research as needed
- Low Income Housing Organization Name
- Low Income Housing Organization Address
- FPL Account Number at your organization’s address
- Contact information
- Office number
- Cell Number
- Fax Number
- Email address
- Number of homes on which you plan to install solar water heating systems
- Projected start date of the installations
- Projected completion date
- FSEC system certification number for each solar water heating system (if available)
- Projected total cost for each solar water heating system (if available)
An FPL Solar Representative will call you within three business days from the date your email is received to discuss your request. After the initial conversation, the FPL representative will provide you with an application for a rebate reservation. Requests will be processed on a first-come, first-served basis, based on the date and time that FPL receives your email reservation request.
*A low-income housing organization is a non-profit private entity specializing in the construction and rehabilitation of housing for low-income customers.
FPL does not endorse or recommend any individual installers for any of its programs, nor does FPL bear any responsibility for the quality or performance of any products or contractors chosen or hired by the customer. Customers should choose products and contractors carefully, given the many variables involved. The decision to select, hire and the management of the contractor that will install the eligible products is the customer's sole responsibility. FPL bears no responsibility for the quality or performance of any products or contractors chosen by the customer. There are many installers in Florida with varying levels of capability and experience. Please check to make sure the work performed by your contractor meets all applicable licensing and building code requirements.