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Five grocery scenarios where solar power saves the day

Posted on November 23, 2020, by All Energy Solar

Solar power is a great investment for grocery stores to get a better handle on their electricity cost and business expenses predictability. There are financing options available to help pay for solar power arrays, in addition to a variety of federal, state, and local incentives meant to make solar more affordable to a wide number of businesses. There’s also net metering that allows solar arrays to sell power back to the electric grid for credit towards future energy needs.

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The MoZaic East All Energy Solar installation project was a winner of the 2020 Solar Builder Editor’s Choice Award winners!

All Energy Solar install wins 2020 Solar Builder Editor’s Choice Award

Posted on November 22, 2020, by All Energy Solar

After the Solar Builder readers cast their votes to choose our annual Project of the Year winners, Solar Builder’s editor picked his favorites among the Project of the Year field of nominees in a variety of categories from the Most Resilient to the Coolest Carport. One of the All Energy Solar install projects was a winner in the 2020 Solar Builder Editor’s Choice Awards!

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Incentives, rebates & credits bring solar to grocery rooftops

Posted on November 13, 2020, by All Energy Solar

A typical 50,000-square-foot grocery store can spend $250,000 annually on electricity, and unless they run on renewable energy, that results in about 1,900 tons of CO2 emitting into the atmosphere, the carbon equivalent to running 360 vehicles for one year!

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Eagan-based Smart Data Solutions' 440 solar panels produce enough energy to power 59% of its 29,000-square-foot building.  The project went live this month.

Sustainable: Solar projects advance despite clean-job losses

Posted on July 08, 2020, by All Energy 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.

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So How Do Solar Panels Work, Anyway?

Posted on March 11, 2019, by All Energy

You’ve seen solar panels on top of houses, and you know they’re there to produce energy. Beyond that, solar power may seem pretty complicated. The truth is, it’s fairly simple. 

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eBook: Solar for People in a Hurry

Posted on March 05, 2019, by All Energy

The energy industry in the United States is seeing sweeping changes as consumers and energy providers begin paying more attention to how we produce energy, how we use it, and how it affects our environment. If you’ve heard that a solar PV system is a great move but don’t think you have the time to really understand this exciting form of energy, think again. 

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5 Outstanding Reasons Your Business Should Switch to Solar

Posted on February 26, 2019, by All Energy

As a business owner, making an investment like switching to solar energy might be seen as risky by some, in a seemingly complicated and ever-changing market. However, drive around most American cities today and you’ll see solar panels being installed on the roofs of more and more businesses every year. Do these companies know something you don’t? Not anymore. Clean, reliable solar energy makes sense everywhere the sun shines.

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Should Your Business Go Solar? Here Are Some Questions to Answer

Posted on February 18, 2019, by All Energy

You’ve heard about the many advantages in generating electricity for your business with solar, and by now you may even know some other business owners who are doing just that. So is it time for your business to go solar? Let’s review a few key questions you’ll want to consider at the outset.

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Benefits Beyond the Bottom Line: The Positive Effect Solar Energy Produces for Businesses

Posted on February 12, 2019, by All Energy

The switch to solar puts you in some pretty powerful company. A short list of major corporations that are expanding their solar presences includes:

  • Target
  • Walmart
  • Apple
  • Costco
  • Kohl’s
  • Amazon
  • Macy’s

These and other top corporations added 325 megawatts of installed solar capacity in 2017. To offer perspective, that’s enough electricity to power over 65,000 homes, from one year of added capacity.  This transformation of our energy mix is only accelerating, and has now scaled to the degree that your business, big or small, can and should take part.

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Where to Find Solar Energy Tax Credits For Businesses

Posted on February 06, 2019, by All Energy

It’s no secret that the federal government and many state governments want businesses to go solar. Often this desire is expressed in the form of valuable tax incentives.

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