When you should consider solar panels

Posted on February 15, 2018, by Ryan Buege

Minnesota is one of 29 states that saw an increase in solar jobs last year and one of eight states that saw significant job gains. Click the link below to watch Ryan Buege of All Energy Solar talk with Kylie Bearse and Jason DeRusha at WCCO's Mid-Morning Show about when is the best time for Minnesotans to look into solar.

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On a sunny day, area woman thinks of her late husband

Posted on February 14, 2018, by Ryan Buege

There are months during the year when Arlene Faust walks to the end of her driveway certain an electric bill won’t be in her mailbox. The absence of the bill reminds the Green Isle area woman of her late husband, David.

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Solar rebate program could help save on energy costs

Posted on January 30, 2018, by Ryan Buege

Just a few short years ago, people wondered whether solar power actually worked. Now, they wonder just how much they can save by using it.

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Solar energy cuts Little Falls couple’s electricity bill to zero

Posted on January 28, 2018, by Ryan Buege

Caring for the environment is something Doug and Linda Ploof of Little Falls have continuously strived for.

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New program makes it easier to go solar

Posted on January 16, 2018, by Ryan Buege

Now that the days are getting longer again, Minnesotans are finally starting to see more of the sun. Michael Allen with All Energy Solar stopped by KARE 11 at 4 to talk about solar energy and how it's the fastest growing source of energy. Click the link below to watch the clip!

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Jay’s Climate Story

Posted on January 02, 2018, by Ryan Buege

"Over the years, I have witnessed the Red Wing community grow and change in ways I never would have imagined. Now outdoor ice is a rarity in Southern Minnesota. One month, maybe five weeks, is now about all you can hope for when it comes to outdoor ice. Working with the Red Wing Public Works Department, I know this first hand. In December, our crews work around the clock, if and when the temperatures are cold enough, to get the outdoor ice ready so the kids can go skating over Christmas vacation. Even if they do get ice by late December, the fear is that we will see another year with a January thaw bringing 40+ degree temperatures and melting all of the ice."

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Power for Puerto Rico? Twin Cities solar energy consultants see opportunity

Posted on November 25, 2017, by Ryan Buege

After spending three months this summer helping the United Arab Emirates write procedures for a new nuclear power plant, Peter Reese followed his wife’s advice and returned home to the cooler climate of South Minneapolis without a job in hand.

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St. Paul company is one of first in country to install Tesla's Powerwall

Posted on September 02, 2017, by Ryan Buege

"Ross Starfeldt, weary of power outages at his Bloomington house, recently bought a suitcase-size battery to hang on the wall of his garage, becoming one of the first Minnesotans to embrace billionaire Elon Musk’s vision of the future.

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All Energy Solar Launches Free Home Solar Sweepstakes

Posted on August 07, 2017, by Ryan Buege

One homeowner in IA, MA, MN or WI, will win energy independence with a free solar electric system for their home (up to 3 kilowatts DC) valued up to $13,000. All Energy Solar, one of the leading solar integrators in the Midwest and western Massachusetts, has launched a home solar sweepstakes for residents in Iowa, Massachusetts, Minnesota, and Wisconsin. The winner will receive a FREE 3kW home solar electric system valued up to $13,000.

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We reduced our energy consumption, and you can too

Posted on February 25, 2017, by Ryan Buege

"It has been exactly one year since our solar array began producing electricity here at our Stormwater Park and Learning Center, and it is already adding to our bottom line. Installed by All Energy Solar (with support from a Made in Minnesota grant from the Minnesota Department of Commerce), our solar photovoltaic system allows us to generate clean, renewable power on site and — just as important — monitor how much we consume. We’ve taken that information and used it to find ways to be more energy-efficient in our everyday work. It has been my personal favorite project here at the MWMO, and there’s a version you can do at home too."

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