More and more people and businesses are choosing to go solar, but if you’re in the process of considering solar, there are few things you should know before you make your final decision.Read More
As the leading Minnesota solar installer and with thousands of happy solar power customers, we’ve collected a lot of great Solar Stories about people who made the switch. Here are a few comments we’ve received from people around Minnesota - some of these could even live in your neck of the woods!Read More
Though you really have to dig to find the information, Chaska Minnesota residents have a solar energy incentive program available to them!
The Chaska Solar Rebate Program offers a $250 rebate for every solar panel you install on your residential property, up to a total of $2,500 or 10 panels. This program is available to City of Chaska Electric Department residential customers and is distributed on a first come, first served basis until funds run out. This rebate can also be combined with the 26% federal solar tax credit.
Spring is here! The seasons may have changed but our response to Covid-19 has not. Yes, the pandemic is still with us, and we are still taking all the precautions necessary to provide a safe, healthy work environment for our employees and customers.
The U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) has released their energy forecast for 2021, and things are looking up for renewable energy, solar in particular, for the coming years. With an increased commitment to renewable energy, incentives on both the state and federal level, along with falling technology costs, renewable energy sources are poised to provide robust competition for natural gas as the key provider of electricity in the U.S.Read More
The 2020 election resulted in a change in administration and likely a completely different approach to environmental issues, energy policy, and job creation than that of the previous administration. In this ebook, we take a quick look at what has happened, the changes we see happening in the coming months and years, and the impact of those changes on solar.Read More