How to Enjoy the Summer Before It Ends

Posted on July 24, 2014, by All Energy

Summer is flying by, and it's already almost August!  Here's a few tips on how you can take advantage of the last month of summer.

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Five Reasons to Get a Site Assessment from All Energy Solar This Summer

Posted on July 22, 2014, by All Energy

Summer is a great time to invest in solar and to have one of our solar consultants come to you to measure your property's solar potential.

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Solar Dream Homes For Sale

Posted on July 17, 2014, by All Energy

GreenHomesforSale.com is a great website to look for solar arrays that have been beautifully integrated into a home's design.  Like these solar dream homes, All Energy Solar can create a custom solar design for you that will be a source of reliable and sustainable generation of electricity, and another reason to be proud of your home.  Call us for more details on your custom design and for a free solar quote, or find inspiring ideas at our photo gallery.

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Considering the Climate When Designing Your Home

Posted on July 15, 2014, by All Energy

Opportunities for incorporating sustainable energy in modern construction and design are endless.  In light of rising prices of fossil fuels and the deteriorating climate, the renewable energy movement is unavoidable, and the globe is catching on.  Teams of environmentalists across the world participating in the 2014 Solar Decathlon Europe have been working for eighteen months on stunning sustainable home designs, competing in categories of architecture, engineering and construction, energy efficiency, communication and social awareness, urban design, transportation and affordability, and finally, overall sustainability.  Read more about each amazing house on the design innovations blog, inhabitat.

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Get a Free Solar Charger and Earn Referral Money with Our Referral Bonus Program

Posted on July 02, 2014, by All Energy

We’re Adding Portable Solar Chargers to Our Camping List This Summer!

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Multi-Tenant Property in Iowa Breaking Solar Records

Posted on May 28, 2014, by All Energy

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WejA8tsM8xw

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Tips for Going Solar in Massachusetts

Posted on April 22, 2014, by All Energy

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Massachusetts is being proactive in its move toward solar, with many residents and businesses eager to do their part in protecting the environment. Solar energy is now more affordable and available than ever, but the state is still challenged to spread the word about how easy it is to go solar to those living throughout the state.  The best way to learn is to talk to someone who has had solar installed by us.  They can speak about how easy their process was to go solar.  There are many financing companies have now learned how solar works and can really integrate solutions with Massachusetts and Federal rebates and tax credits.

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The Massachusetts Guide to Solar Energy

Posted on March 21, 2014, by All Energy

Solar Energy Massachusetts

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Massachusetts Residents Can Now Sign Up for SREC-II

Posted on March 11, 2014, by All Energy

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While Massachusetts has made great strides toward a cleaner, healthier environment, there’s still room for improvement. The state’s air quality report card shows that in the past three years, many of its counties have experienced bad days, with millions of people at risk. With the Solar Renewable Energy Credit (SREC) program, consumers and businesses have an incentive for installing a solar energy system.

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Solar Energy Incentives Prompt Massachusetts, Iowa Residents to Make the Move

Posted on February 25, 2014, by All Energy

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Both businesses and consumers are interested in reducing their negative environmental impact. They realize that going solar can dramatically decrease their carbon emissions, while also helping them save money on their electrical bills, but making the conversion can be pricey. Unless someone is moving into a new building construction, there will be a cost associated with exchanging existing rooftops for solar panels. In the current economy, those extra funds are hard to come by.

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