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St. Paul company is one of first in country to install Tesla's Powerwall

Posted on September 02, 2017

"Ross Starfeldt, weary of power outages at his Bloomington house, recently bought a suitcase-size battery to hang on the wall of his garage, becoming one of the first Minnesotans to embrace billionaire Elon Musk’s vision of the future.

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All Energy Solar Launches Free Home Solar Sweepstakes

Posted on August 07, 2017

One homeowner in IA, MA, MN or WI, will win energy independence with a free solar electric system for their home (up to 3 kilowatts DC) valued up to $13,000. All Energy Solar, one of the leading solar integrators in the Midwest and western Massachusetts, has launched a home solar sweepstakes for residents in Iowa, Massachusetts, Minnesota, and Wisconsin. The winner will receive a FREE 3kW home solar electric system valued up to $13,000.

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We reduced our energy consumption, and you can too

Posted on February 25, 2017

"It has been exactly one year since our solar array began producing electricity here at our Stormwater Park and Learning Center, and it is already adding to our bottom line. Installed by All Energy Solar (with support from a Made in Minnesota grant from the Minnesota Department of Commerce), our solar photovoltaic system allows us to generate clean, renewable power on site and — just as important — monitor how much we consume. We’ve taken that information and used it to find ways to be more energy-efficient in our everyday work. It has been my personal favorite project here at the MWMO, and there’s a version you can do at home too."

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Grand Marais Mayor installs city's first grid-connected solar PV project

Posted on March 25, 2016

Grand Marais Mayor Jay Arrowsmith DeCoux and the Grand Marais Public Utilities Commission (PUC) worked with All Energy Solar to install Grand Marais’s first solar electric system recently. Owners of Art House Bed and Breakfast, Arrowsmith DeCoux and his family—wife Rose and son Ennis—are very involved in the community and they view the installation as a community statement (and basically the right thing to do).

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Keeping up with the Joneses

Posted on November 07, 2014

Price is no longer the number one motivator for installing solar. A recent study conducted by researchers at Yale and the University of Connecticut found that taking the leap into solar energy has much more to do with whether your neighbors have done the same.

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Can your trees do this?

Posted on October 30, 2014

Solar solutions have long been seen as a large-scale source of energy, accessible only to the big-name corporations. But the shift is coming; solar is becoming more affordable and more widespread.

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Join us for a Ribbon Cutting in Cedar Rapids!

Posted on September 09, 2014

Celebrate with us the LARGEST multi-tenant solar installation ever built in the Midwest on Wednesday, September 10th, from 1:00-3:00PM at Kirkwood Court Campus View Apartments, Cedar Rapids, Iowa!

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Letter to Congress

Posted on August 26, 2014

I'm Sue Owen, the Communications Intern here at All Energy Solar. Because I'll return to school this fall and won't be able to continue here, I wanted to write a letter to Congress that I hope will express how over the course of this summer internship, I have been wholly persuaded that solar power is the best way for the country to consume energy. In the letter, I ask Congress to enact a hefty tax on carbon.  Join me in writing Congress in favor of climate action, and as a collective force we can make the changes necessary to preserve our environment. What an inspiring and educational internship this has been!

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A Glimpse Into the Future of Transportation

Posted on August 20, 2014

Imagine if all the energy utilities in the world got rid of their fossil fuel powered cars, and replaced them with electric hybrid cars. They would save huge amounts on fuel costs and prevent countless pounds of carbon dioxide from infiltrating the polluted environment. It just so happens that Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) and other utilities have begun a revolution in commercial transportation. PG&E’s electric hybrid drive train Class 5 work trucks save fuel and have batteries that can be used to power the grid when electricity outages occur.

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Why Solar Power is the New Standard Source of Electricity

Posted on August 13, 2014

With the increasing affordability of solar panels and numerous other incentives to go solar, property owners across the states can no longer avoid solar power as an option for their electricity generation. It’s amazing that we’ve been running on coal power for the past century instead of the natural, inexhaustible resources of the earth. Solar is no longer a trend or an experiment; it is the cleanest, most practical source of energy out there. Today, there are so many reasons to commit to going solar, and here are the top 5.

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