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Solar power continues growth

Posted on July 02, 2020

 

 

 

 

Thomas Rekstein no longer minds looking at the electric bill for his Great River Insurance business on North Riverfront Drive

"My

 electric bill used to be $4,500 annually, now it’s down to $1,200 a year."

Rekstein, who had 38 solar panels installed on the roof and awnings of his building, said the investment was well worth it.

"It’s been great. I’d recommend it to anyone."

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Are You Selling Your Solar Home? Here’s What to Highlight to Seal the Deal

Posted on June 30, 2020

You’ve put your home, with its solar array, on the market. Potential buyers may understand the benefits and responsibilities of solar—or they may not. While many environmentally-aware house shoppers see solar for what it is, a many-sided benefit, others may be concerned about its effect on the home’s value, the responsibilities of upkeep, and whether sun power will really save them money. Being set up with a few convincing facts can make the difference between a “thanks-but-no-thanks” and an offer.

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Infographic: The Homeowner's Playbook for Selling Your Solar Home

Posted on June 24, 2020

Selling your home is a major life decision, one that requires plenty of research, planning, and knowledgeable assessment. The infographic below is designed to assist all who plan on selling their home with solar panels, and those genuinely curious, grasp a better understanding about the process by providing actionable steps. 

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Northeast MN metro residents switching to solar energy

Posted on June 18, 2020

Solar energy has been around for a while, but the panels in our community sure haven’t.

Many residents are now switching to solar energy, and for good reason. In 2018, White Bear Lake held a solar energy information session where representatives from solar and energy organizations spoke about the benefits of solar. The event was purely informational, but those who attended had the opportunity to join other homeowners who wanted to work together to purchase solar and receive a group discount. 

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What You Need to Have Ready When You’re Selling a Solar Home

Posted on June 18, 2020

If you’re putting your solar-panel-equipped house on the market, your likely buyer will either:

  1. know that having solar power is a big advantage, or
  2. have some questions and concerns about it—maybe even a little bit of both.
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5 Things Realtors Should Know Before Putting a Solar Home on the Market

Posted on June 12, 2020

If you have a solar home to sell, you’re in luck! Those photovoltaic panels can be a strong selling point. Solar not only saves homebuyers money on utility bills, it can add substantially to a home’s resale value. It’s also easy to maintain and monitor, and it contributes to building a better energy future. But you need to know a few important things about the home and its system before you put it on the market.

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Do Solar Panels Increase Home Values?

Posted on June 09, 2020

The short answer is: yes.

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eBook: A Realtor's Guide for Solar

Posted on June 03, 2020

If you’ve got home solar, you already understand its advantages for you and your home. But what about when it comes time to sell your home?

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All Energy Solar Is Back on Top (Of Roofs), Installing Panels to Meet Solar Demand

Posted on May 27, 2020

 

 

The desire for clean, affordable solar power hasn’t waned — even in the face of the COVID crisis

MINNEAPOLIS--All Energy Solar, has gone back to work installing and maintaining solar systems for residential and commercial properties in multiple states — including Minnesota, Wisconsin, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Iowa and New York.

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On Minnesota rooftops, ‘essential’ work continues for solar installers

Posted on April 22, 2020

Crews are equipped with masks and gloves and practicing social distancing at — and on the way to — job sites.  

Minnesota solar installers say they have been able to continue work on rooftops with only limited disruptions so far from the coronavirus pandemic.

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