Florida Power & Light Co. (FPL) customers interested in installing solar-powered upgrades to their homes and businesses can apply online beginning at 8:30 a.m. on Oct. 16 for approximately $9 million in available incentive funding for 2013.
This is the third year that FPL has offered rebates for residential and business customers who install solar water heating or solar photovoltaic systems as part of a pilot program approved by the Florida Public Service Commission to help reduce energy consumption and peak demand.
Rebate reservations for all available 2013 funding will be issued on a first-come, first-served basis. Interested customers must apply online for a reservation and then complete the required process to receive a rebate, the utility says.
After the available funding has been fully reserved, a limited number of customers who did not receive a reservation will be placed on a standby list in the order in which their applications were received. Customers will be notified if they are on the standby list, and they will be contacted should funds become available due to cancelled reservations.
Sign-up will be available here.