Vision Solar LLC Drives Towards Aggressive Expansion to West Coast Florida - Tampa

Vision Solar | August 25, 2021

Vision Solar, one of the fastest growing residential solar companies has opened another location reaching far into the west coast of Florida.

Vision Solar is on track towards its growth projection to grow into a $200M+ company in revenues by EOY 2021, with yet another announcement of rapid expansion into the west coast of Florida, Tampa.

Through the opening of a Tampa location, we will be able to provide an expansion of solar panel installation service areas beyond south FL.

Home sales in Tampa are expected to rise by 8.7% while prices are expected to rise by 7.5% in 2021.

With the increase in real estate sales comes new homeowners that are eager to add value to their homes, through the utilization of renewable energy.

Solar panels not only reduce a home's monthly utility bills, but can also potentially increase the home's value by up to 4.1% more than comparable homes without solar panels.

Florida's generous electricity buy-back rates, sales tax exemption, property tax exemption, and solar tax rebate combine to give an attractive solar payback period of 11 years on average, making solar a prudent investment.

Vision Solar understands the importance of creating a cleaner environment through the use of renewables and providing homeowners the opportunity to lower their utility bills by 35% or more, depending on their state of residence.

“As part of Vision Solar's commitment to adding 1,000+ green renewable jobs to their workforce, Tampa will become our third of five service locations in the sunshine state.”
- Jonathan Seibert, CEO

About Vision Solar
Vision Solar is one of the fastest growing solar energy companies in the United States. Their full-service renewable energy company installs solar services for residential homes nationwide. Over the past three years, Vision Solar has grossed over $100 million in revenue, with significant increase in projected growth for 2021.


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