Go Solar

Why Go Solar?

A solar photovoltaic system turns your roof into a clean energy generating machine! Solar electricity is beneficial for many reasons, including the following:

  • Generating electricity with solar PV reduces monthly electric bills.
  • Solar + Storage allows solar panels to provide electricity after a storm when the grid is down.
  • Solar energy reduces greenhouse gas emissions!
    • Residential electricity accounts for 24.3% of the City's GHG emissions
    • Commercial electricity accounts for 35.1% of the City's GHG emissions

Join the Palm Beach County 2021 Solar Co-Op

May 31, 2021 is the last day to sign up for the FREE Co-Op!

Go Solar With your neighbors. Join a solar coop. Solar United Neighbors Opens in new windowPalm Beach County, FL – Nonprofit group Solar United Neighbors announced the launch of the Palm Beach County Solar Co-op on January 14, 2021 to help Palm Beach County residents go solar. The co-op is FREE to join and open to homeowners and business owners in Palm Beach County. Together, co-op members will learn about solar energy and leverage bulk purchasing to ensure competitive pricing and quality solar installations. Joining the co-op does not obligate members to purchase solar.

Did you miss the virtual information session? 
Learn how the Co-op works, estimated cost savings, FAQs and watch a recorded session at SolarUnitedNeighbors.org


Boca Raton is designated SILVER SolSmart Community!

SolSmart Logo silverWe’re proud to be 1 of 400 cities, counties and regional organizations that achieved designation under the SolSmart Program...and our recent achievement of moving from a Bronze to a SILVER designation! 

The City of Boca Raton has taken steps to make "going solar" easier and less expensive for City residents and businesses. Learn more about how we support going solar in Boca Raton. 

SolSmart communities have taken steps to reduce barriers to going solar in cities and communities around the country. Taking actions such as reducing solar permitting turn around time, providing checklists and online permitting options, participating in financing programs such as PACE, and providing consumer information about solar energy helps to make going solar easier and reduces costs. Learn more about the SolSmart program at SolSmart.org.