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Calculating the Return on Your Solar Investment

Posted on November 28, 2018, by All Energy

Did you know that many solar experts say the average solar system pays for itself in eight to ten years? You may wonder if that’s possible if you haven’t looked at the key factors in calculating the return on your solar investment.

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eBook: The True Cost of Solar

Posted on November 26, 2018, by All Energy

Equipping your home with solar power is a serious investment—and one that pays off handsomely. But if you don’t know the true cost of solar, you’re probably thinking about
powering a home with solar only in terms of the financial outlay in having the system installed.

In this eBook, we’re going to show you how your initial investment, whatever it may be, starts getting paid back the minute your panels are up and running.


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Will I Lose Money if I Don’t Use All the Solar Power I Generate?

Posted on November 15, 2018, by All Energy

People who are unsure about how solar power works sometimes think that when you have a solar PV system installed, you have to use every last drop of energy the panels generate—while it’s being generated—or all the excess power will be lost.

Actually the truth is just the opposite.

 

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Infographic: 5 Surprisingly Solar-Friendly States

Posted on November 12, 2018, by All Energy

Southern states and tropical regions typically receive the glory when discussing optimal locations for solar energy. But you might be surprised to find these states rank highly for solar, too!

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Solar Installation Is a Big Job—How Do You Know You’re Choosing the Right Installer?

Posted on November 07, 2018, by All Energy

Making the move to go solar is a wise decision, but it’s not a move to make blindly. If you’re like most people, your knowledge of all the aspects of a solar panel installation is limited at best. Fortunately, the company you hire to install your solar system can help you understand every step of the process and perform the work at the highest industry standards.

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3 Things That Make Where You Live Good for Solar. You Might Be Surprised!

Posted on November 05, 2018, by All Energy

If someone were to ask you which U.S. city—Jacksonville, Fla., or Minneapolis, Minn.—has more sunny days each year with less than 30% cloud cover, which city would you pick? If you picked Minneapolis, you’d be right, as surprising as it may sound.

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You Don't Have to Be an Environmentalist to Go Solar

Posted on October 30, 2018, by All Energy

Did you know that most people who power their homes with solar don’t define themselves as strict environmentalists? Solar power isn’t a movement or a cause, although many who have gone solar appreciate the fact that it’s a clean source of energy and in no way harmful to our ecosystem. 

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eBook: Six Solar Myths

Posted on October 24, 2018, by All Energy

Solar energy has its fair share of myths. For example, did you know that solar panels convert solar energy into electricity more efficiently in cooler weather? Shocked? Don't be! Many products and services before they reach the saturation point are surrounded by misinformation, which is usually based on assumptions that are of personal opinions, not facts.

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Solar Array Joins the Minneapolis Skyline: North Loop Campus Site Goes Green with Installation from All Energy Solar

Posted on October 18, 2018, by Ryan Buege

Prodeo Academy and Metro Schools College Prep add 865-panel rooftop system   

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Federal Tax Credit: Use It or Lose It

Posted on October 16, 2018, by All Energy

The Federal Solar Investment Tax Credit (ITC) is a renewable energy incentive program that passed in 2005 then extended multiple times over the years. It currently gives any homeowner
or business that installs solar panelling a dollar-for-dollar tax credit of 30 percent of the cost
of installation.

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