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From Incinerators to Landfills, Solar Makes All Kinds of Land Usable!

Posted on July 08, 2014

All Energy Solar has teamed up with the city of Red Wing to take advantage of the space provided by the city's incinerator.

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

Posted on July 02, 2014

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

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Envision Your Property with 3D Solar Images from All Energy Solar

Posted on June 23, 2014

We understand imagination doesn’t quite cut it when planning your solar installation. If you’re considering investing in solar, our engineering process will generate a custom 3D image to help you envision your property run by the sun. At All Energy Solar, you can reap the benefits of planning by contacting one of our solar consultants to give you a better picture of the solar energy in your future. Here’s an example of one of our 3D images that has come to life!

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How To Take Advantage of the MA SREC Program

Posted on June 23, 2014

Solar is alive and well in Massachusetts!  One of the biggest incentives to go solar in MA is the Solar Renewable Energy Credits (SRECs), and we’re here to give you an explanation on how these credits work and how you can take advantage of them.  The state’s SREC program has proven itself to be stable, and is yet another reason to invest in solar!

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MA Solar Rebates Expiring-Apply by June 13th for Full Solar Rebate

Posted on June 09, 2014

Time is running out on the state solar rebates, and they will be reduced shortly. The state will give out the last full rebates to any customer that signs up and submits their rebate application before June 13th at 5 PM.

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Solar Tax Incentives in Iowa Improved and Expanded

Posted on June 06, 2014

Have you heard the news? Just this week Governor Branstad signed Senate File 2340, an important tax incentive bill for solar energy. This new law triples the size of Iowa's solar tax incentive program and improves the financial incentives for homeowners and business owners who install a solar electric system.

With these changes from Senate File 2340:

  • The Iowa credit improves from 50% of the federal tax credit to 60% of the federal credit
  • The annual cap on available solar tax credits increases from $1.5M to $4.5M
  • Residential tax credits are now capped at $5,000 (up from $3,000) and business tax credits are now capped at $20,000 (up from $15,000)
  • Taxpayers can claim multiple credits in a single year for multiple solar installations.
  • Unclaimed credits in a given year will roll over an be available in subsequent years.
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Multi-Tenant Property in Iowa Breaking Solar Records

Posted on May 28, 2014

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

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Tips for Going Solar in Massachusetts

Posted on April 22, 2014

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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

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Rebate Program Offers Rewards for MN Solar Energy Use

Posted on March 19, 2014

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Minnesota residents now have a new reason to go solar. The Xcel Energy Solar Rewards program strives to encourage consumers and businesses to do their part to improve the environment. Through the rebates offered by Xcel Energy, the process of installing solar panels on a home or office building can be made more affordable.

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