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The Laws of Florida (§377.705, FS) require that all solar systems manufactured or sold in the state of Florida comply with Solar Equipment Standards promulgated by the Florida Solar Energy Center (FSEC). These standards cover both solar thermal equipment and solar electric equipment. FSEC works closely with industry, the research and development community and other interested stakeholders to ensure that its Standards encourage the effective use of renewable energy resources and protect the consumers of the State of Florida.
The Florida Solar Energy Center is in the process of revising the FSEC Standards for solar thermal collectors and solar thermal systems. The revisions will allow FSEC to accept certifications from the Solar Rating & Certification Corporation™ (SRCC) or the International Association of Plumbing and Mechanical Officials (IAPMO). The streamlined certification program will remove barriers between the FSEC certification process and the SRCC and IAPMO certification processes. Existing FSEC certifications will be valid and maintained.
Draft revisions of the FSEC Standards for solar thermal collectors and systems that reflect these changes are available online here.
Questions on the transition of the FSEC solar thermal certification program should be directed by electronic mail to: email@example.com
On February 13, 2013, the Florida Solar Energy Center revoked its module registration of ASP modules, having discovered that documentation asserting Underwriters Laboratories (UL) testing was not substantiated by UL. (more on this story)
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