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Ramsey-Washington Metro Watershed District Reduces Carbon Footprint with Installation from All Energy Solar

Posted on September 21, 2018

Office with green roof adds solar panels estimated to provide 80 percent of annual kWh energy offset

Sixty-five square miles of Twin Cities-area water resources are monitored and protected by the Ramsey-Washington Metro Watershed District (RWMWD). The agency ensures that water making its way to the Mississippi River from wetlands, streams, and lakes in its jurisdiction arrives as clean as possible—and now the RWMWD is trying to help keep the skies pollution-free as well. Its district office building along Gervais Creek in Little Canada is going solar with a system from local, St. Paul-based All Energy Solar that will offset an estimated 80 percent of the building’s annual unit energy costs.

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eBook: Going Solar: The Time is Now

Posted on September 18, 2018

The cost of solar energy installation has sharply decreased by fifty-two percent over the last five years, a drop that has only recently started showing sings of slowing. But if you're on the fence about whether to wait longer for an even better deal, you ought to consider a number of compelling reasons experts believe it will never again be this easy and cost-effective to install.

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All Energy Solar on KSTP's Twin Cities Live!

Posted on September 17, 2018

Paying the electric bill is something that most of us have to do and never expect to pay it off. But Elizabeth takes us to Apple Valley to meet a family that’s powering their house with the sun and expects to not only eliminate their electric bill but actually get paid by the electric company instead.

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Humanitarian Agency Increases Its Impact by Reducing Its Carbon Footprint

Posted on July 31, 2018

Mano a Mano International Partners, a nonprofit which builds infrastructure for health care, education, and transportation in rural Bolivia, is doing some work on its own infrastructure: converting its headquarters to solar energy with All Energy Solar.

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Storage Goes Solar: One Company’s Waste-Free Goal Leads to Switch

Posted on July 24, 2018

Broadway Storage is a small chain of self-storage facilities with a mission of serving its community. Recently the company decided to make a bold stand; not only to do right by its neighbors and customer base, but also to the larger world community as a whole— by making switch to green energy, with two solar installations from All Energy Solar.

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Solar Energy: Getting Hotter All the Time

Posted on May 30, 2018

Have you been noticing the solar panels springing up on neighborhood roofs lately? As with all construction projects, when the weather warms up, it’s time to break ground; and for an increasing number of homes and businesses, that includes using the sun as a money-saving energy source. (And just as important, owning the means of generating that electricity!) All Energy Solar is having a busy spring helping local commercial and residential properties make the switch to renewable, dependable solar energy.

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All Energy Solar promoting solar energy in Minnesota

Posted on May 19, 2018

Area companies are hoping to push solar energy as the renewable resource of Minnesota's future. One of those companies is All Energy Solar, headquartered in St. Paul.

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Property owners build solar thanks to rising electricity cost, incentives

Posted on May 12, 2018

Kris Gansen had been looking for solar power options for her Broadway Avenue property for years.

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Solar energy becomes more efficient

Posted on April 12, 2018

All Energy Solar was featured this week on local KARE 11 News to discuss how the prices of solar panels have dropped by more than 60 percent in the last decade! Click the link for the full video and story.

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Como family happy with the decision to go with solar power

Posted on April 10, 2018

Como resident Nick Perez and his wife were looking for ways to improve the environment and also for different energy profits. “We always try to be conscientious about environmental concerns,” Perez said, “but we also wanted to see where we could get the most bang for our buck.”

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