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Solar Programs

Other Solar Options

Going solar is a great decision for both your wallet and the environment, and OUC is here to help! If you're looking to install your own solar system, be sure to follow the steps below to get started.

For Residential Customers
Solar Photovoltaic
- The customer installs a Solar PV system on his or her home using a certified solar contractor and submits the required paperwork to OUC. Any excess electricity that is generated by the solar system and not used by the customer is sent back to OUC’s electric grid for which the customer will be credited at the full applicable standard retail rate, this is also known as net metering.

Solar Thermal - If using an OUC Preferred Contractor, the customer installs a Solar Thermal system on his or her home. The OUC Preferred Solar Contractor provides the customer with the OUC Solar Thermal rebate at the point-of-sale, and submits an application to OUC for reimbursement. If using a non OUC Preferred Contractor, the customer submits the required paperwork from their myOUC Online Profile at www.ouc.com/myouc/orlando-customers. The rebate will be applied to the OUC account pending all requirements are met.

OUC verification of all Solar systems is required for participation in OUC’s solar programs.

OUC’s Residential Solar Hot Water Rebate - OUC offers residential electric customers a rebate of $900. Pool heating systems are not included in the program. Learn more

For Businesses
Solar Photovoltaic
- The customer installs a Solar PV system on their business using a certified solar contractor and submits the required paperwork to OUC. Any excess electricity that is generated by the solar system and not used by the customer is sent back to OUC’s electric grid for which the customer will be credited at the full applicable standard retail rate, this is also known as net metering. OUC verification of all Solar systems is required for participation in OUC’s solar programs.

For more information on solar, visit the FAQ section.


To become a Solar Preferred Contractor, please contact pcn@ouc.com or visit the Become a Preferred Contractor. To learn more about the program, visit the Preferred Contractor Network (PCN).