Along with public-sector initiatives like tax credits, some energy utilities offer or participate in programs that help solar customers offset the costs of installation.Read More
There’s no doubt about it: setting up a solar power system, whether it’s going to be running in a residential or a commercial setting, is a serious investment.
Many people choose solar in the first place because—along with helping create a cleaner environment—they’re aiming to cut their monthly expenditures for energy, and with solar you can significantly reduce or even eliminate your electric bill.Read More
The numbers are in. The U.S. Department of Labor’s statistics predict that over the next decade, solar installer jobs will grow more than any other occupation.
All Energy Solar is a company in the Midway that designs, installs, and monitors solar power systems for homes and businesses – and they’ve been doing it for 10 years.
These are certainly challenging times in many respects, and the extended team at All Energy Solar remains committed to providing a safe, healthy environment for our employees and customers.Read More
Uncle Sam allows you to claim a credit of 26 percent of the expense of a residential or commercial solar power system installed in 2020 on your 2020 federal taxes.Read More
Solar is a major financial investment—but there are ways to pare down costs. One major strategy is to check out what the public sector has to offer.Read More
MADISON, WISC. — All Energy Solar, a company that designs, installs and monitors solar power systems for homes and businesses in six states, is expanding its business to Madison to meet rising demand. The new office and warehouse, at 5 Marsh Court in Madison, Wisc., has opened and will initially employ between 8-12 people, including warehouse staff, electricians, installers, technicians and sales representatives. While All Energy Solar has been incorporated in Wisconsin since 2010, this will be the first time the company will have a local warehouse.
Solar can offer big benefits—to your pocketbook and to the planet. But is it right for you? And if it is, how do you choose the best provider/installer and tailor the system to your home and your energy needs? Here are some tips for making the power of the sun work for you.Read More