Minnesota Solar Energy

Cedar Creek Energy harnesses the power of energy to reduce building operating costs, improve customer satisfaction and reduce facility management effort. Our solar, lighting, electrical, water and building automation services deliver reliable system performance and minimize peak demand spikes.

We specialize in solar energy and energy management services for non-profit, commercial, residential and agricultural clients. Our team designs and installs solar systems that:

  • Reduce utility bills
  • Protect clients from utility rate hikes
  • Qualify for rebates and tax credits

Featured Project:  University of MN-Morris

Community Solar Garden, Minnesota solar energyThe University of Minnesota, Morris has joined the Made in Minnesota Solar Rebate program. Cedar Creek Energy installed their 19.68kW system on campus in the fall of 2014. The new photovoltaic system converts solar energy into usable power. The array will provide direct power to the Green Prairie Community, the University’s sustainable housing facility, and is expected to provide nearly all of the building’s electricity. In this way, it will contribute to Morris’s numerous onsite energy-production initiatives and help offset the campus’s power use.

Community Solar Gardens

Save Money and Energy with a Community Solar Garden

A Community Solar Garden is a shared solar array with both residential and commercial subscribers.  Community garden members pool their resources to purchase a shared system, giving them an opportunity for credits to their utility bills even if their homes or businesses are shaded by trees.


Energy Services

Our solar, electrical, water and Building Automation services reduce utility costs and tenant turnover.

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Solar energy systems can dramatically reduce home energy use and create a source of income for many homeowners.  If your roof, back yard or garage has a year-round sunny spot, it has the potential to generate electricity from a solar energy system.

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Updated water, Building Automation and lighting systems reduce utility costs, paying for themselves quickly.

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Solar energy, lighting upgrades and building automation help reduce costs and preserve precious funds for programs.

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