You can go green with a bonus if your utility provider is Xcel Energy. Solar*Rewards provides incentives for customers who install solar power systems and connect them to the grid to sell excess energy to the utility. Through the Xcel Energy Solar Rewards program, payments are extended to the owner of a solar power system in exchange for Renewable Energy Credits (RECs) for the energy produced by the solar system.Read More
Since 2012, the City of Minneapolis aims to create a cleaner, healthier, and more sustainable future in part through the Green Cost Share program.
This program offers matching funds for commercial, industrial, multi-family, and single-family properties undertaking a variety of innovative pollution reduction projects, including the installation of solar power. For qualifying installations, this Minneapolis solar incentive will pay a credit based on the first year estimated kilowatt hour (kWh) production.Read More
The times are changing and it’s more important than ever to think about the future and what decisions we make that may impact the environment for generations to come. With the immense advancements in technology, consumers now have smart, eco-friendly options to consider at their fingertips that will not only help save the environment, but also save money. One way that is growing in popularity is converting homes to solar energy. All Energy Solar, a locally owned company based in St. Paul, is doing just that for residents all over the Twin Cities.
Karl Obermeyer of northeast Minneapolis had solar panels installed at this home last August.Read More
Solar Array Joins the Minneapolis Skyline: North Loop Campus Site Goes Green with Installation from All Energy Solar
Prodeo Academy and Metro Schools College Prep add 865-panel rooftop systemRead More
St Paul, MN – The Mahtomedi Area Solar Co-op has selected All Energy Solar to install solar panels for the 31-participant group. Co-op participants selected All Energy Solar through a competitive bidding process over two other firms.Read More
Ramsey-Washington Metro Watershed District Reduces Carbon Footprint with Installation from All Energy Solar
Office with green roof adds solar panels estimated to provide 80 percent of annual kWh energy offset
Sixty-five square miles of Twin Cities-area water resources are monitored and protected by the Ramsey-Washington Metro Watershed District (RWMWD). The agency ensures that water making its way to the Mississippi River from wetlands, streams, and lakes in its jurisdiction arrives as clean as possible—and now the RWMWD is trying to help keep the skies pollution-free as well. Its district office building along Gervais Creek in Little Canada is going solar with a system from local, St. Paul-based All Energy Solar that will offset an estimated 80 percent of the building’s annual unit energy costs.Read More
Paying the electric bill is something that most of us have to do and never expect to pay it off. But Elizabeth takes us to Apple Valley to meet a family that’s powering their house with the sun and expects to not only eliminate their electric bill but actually get paid by the electric company instead.Read More