Generally, solar photovoltaic systems include an array of photovoltaic modules that are mounted to the roof and electrically connected to the utility. The utility connection allows an owner to send excess energy back to the utility or to use utility energy when solar power is not available.
The best placement for your solar photovoltaic system depends on a number of variables, visit the Florida Solar Energy Center (FSEC) website for more information on how PV systems work, as well as checklists for eliminating problems with shading and other technical specifications.
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City of Winter Park makes no guarantees as to any savings that may be achieved by installing PV systems. CWP is not a manufacturer, supplier or guarantor of the PV systems or installers. CWP has not made and makes no representations or warranties of any nature, directly or indirectly, express or implied, as to performance of the installer or reliability, performance, durability, condition or quality of the PV system selected and purchased.