It’s the end of what’s proved to be an unusual year and the beginning of what we all hope will be better times to come in 2021. On this New Year’s Eve, tis the season for looking back at what’s happened and what we’ve been talking about for the last 12 months. With that in mind, we’ve put together our top five most popular solar power blog posts for the year, as well as some other highlights worth your consideration.Read More
Benjamin Allen, a warehouse manager for All Energy Solar in River Falls, Wis., where he took a selfie after he voted. St. Paul-based All Energy Solar encouraged high voter turnout by hiring a voter coach to answer questions and help simplify the process, whish is more complicated this year amid the coronavirus.Read More
Many incentives and rebate programs are currently being offered to promote the implementation and adoption of clean and renewable energy with solar power. But to take advantage of these great programs, you’ll need to understand a little bit about what they are, how they work, and how you can qualify for them.
With advancements in technology making solar simple and affordable, choosing the right solar installer can seem like the most difficult part of the process. Explore the infographic below to get an idea of what to look for when choosing your solar installer.
Curious about installing solar energy for your home or business, but not exactly confident about how to pay for it? Here are a few financing options that may be available to you right now, allowing you to take advantage of solar.Read More
Interested in solar? You're not alone!
By now you’re well aware of the benefits solar energy provides to millions across the United States, and you’re considering getting in on the action. Here are a few things you can do to make sure your home or property is ready for solar.
Minnesota’s clean jobs economy has taken a considerable hit since investments by businesses and consumers began scaling back in March as COVID-19 started shutting down the state’s economy.Read More
Thomas Rekstein no longer minds looking at the electric bill for his Great River Insurance business on North Riverfront Drive
electric bill used to be $4,500 annually, now it’s down to $1,200 a year."
Rekstein, who had 38 solar panels installed on the roof and awnings of his building, said the investment was well worth it.
"It’s been great. I’d recommend it to anyone."Read More