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3 Ways to Supercharge the Payback on Your Solar Installation

Posted on July 28, 2014

If you're an All Energy Solar customer, you're already on the path to saving money with solar. Now, how would you like to save more money? We are pleased to announce that we offer 3 ways for you to supercharge the payback on your solar array thanks to our Referral Program.

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Property Owners in MN--Get More Affordable Electricity Thanks to Xcel Solar*Rewards!

Posted on July 23, 2014

For Minnesotans considering solar energy, the new Solar*Rewards program at Xcel Energy offers an excellent incentive to go solar in 2014.  Solar customers who sign up this year will receive a check every year for $0.08/KWH of energy they produce for 10 years! This year the rebate is the highest possible, meaning that early adopters will lock in the best benefit -- the state has already scheduled for it to drop by $0.02/KWH in 2015 and 2016.

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Five Reasons to Get a Site Assessment from All Energy Solar This Summer

Posted on July 22, 2014

Summer is a great time to invest in solar and to have one of our solar consultants come to you to measure your property's solar potential.

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Solar Dream Homes For Sale

Posted on July 17, 2014

GreenHomesforSale.com is a great website to look for solar arrays that have been beautifully integrated into a home's design.  Like these solar dream homes, All Energy Solar can create a custom solar design for you that will be a source of reliable and sustainable generation of electricity, and another reason to be proud of your home.  Call us for more details on your custom design and for a free solar quote, or find inspiring ideas at our photo gallery.

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Considering the Climate When Designing Your Home

Posted on July 15, 2014

Opportunities for incorporating sustainable energy in modern construction and design are endless.  In light of rising prices of fossil fuels and the deteriorating climate, the renewable energy movement is unavoidable, and the globe is catching on.  Teams of environmentalists across the world participating in the 2014 Solar Decathlon Europe have been working for eighteen months on stunning sustainable home designs, competing in categories of architecture, engineering and construction, energy efficiency, communication and social awareness, urban design, transportation and affordability, and finally, overall sustainability.  Read more about each amazing house on the design innovations blog, inhabitat.

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How to Make Solar Part of Your Next Home Improvement Project

Posted on July 15, 2014

Warm weather inspires many people to look at ways to make their homes more comfortable and attractive.  If sunny days bring you outdoors to improve your landscaping and home exterior, you aren’t alone.  In fact, home improvement stores see a dramatic increase in customers during the pleasant spring months.

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From Incinerators to Landfills, Solar Makes All Kinds of Land Usable!

Posted on July 08, 2014

All Energy Solar has teamed up with the city of Red Wing to take advantage of the space provided by the city's incinerator.

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Get a Free Solar Charger and Earn Referral Money with Our Referral Bonus Program

Posted on July 02, 2014

We’re Adding Portable Solar Chargers to Our Camping List This Summer!

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How To Take Advantage of the MA SREC Program

Posted on June 23, 2014

Solar is alive and well in Massachusetts!  One of the biggest incentives to go solar in MA is the Solar Renewable Energy Credits (SRECs), and we’re here to give you an explanation on how these credits work and how you can take advantage of them.  The state’s SREC program has proven itself to be stable, and is yet another reason to invest in solar!

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5 Tips for Reducing Your Carbon Footprint

Posted on February 13, 2014

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Concern for the future of the planet hasn’t waned in recent years, with experts cautioning that if something dramatic isn’t done soon, the problem will continue to worsen. A recent report from the United Nations warns that if measures aren’t taken to limit carbon emissions, in 15 years the problem will be too severe to solve with current technology.

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