Brooklyn Park Goes Solar! Our goal as a Minnesota solar energy installation company has always been to provide energy-efficient solar energy solutions with a great ROI to any organization or homeowner who would like to save money and help the environment. From residential properties to large organizations, each solar project makes a lasting impact on […]
One of the best-kept secrets about acquiring a solar energy system is that installing one at a commercial or government facility can be done without spending any money – ever for anything, other than for the cost of the energy actually used. It is accomplished by signing a Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) with Cedar Creek […]
Have you been looking for a new career where you can give back to your community and the environment while earning an impressive starting salary? Consider becoming a solar electrician! This is a great career choice for anyone who wants to stay on the cutting edge of technology while learning valuable skills. As a solar electrician, you can enjoy an active and engaging job while gaining experience that will ensure your job security for years to come.
Do you have a summer road trip planned this year? You’re not alone – around 50 million Americans are taking a vacation by car in 2019. If you’re looking for ways to keep vacation costs down, consider buying or renting an electric vehicle to take you cross-country. Electric vehicles are more affordable to drive than gas-powered vehicles, and they also emit less harmful chemicals. Before you set off on your vacation, read our blog post to learn more about the benefits of driving an electric vehicle.
One Minnesota city is already a state-wide leader in its local government’s solar energy usage: St. Cloud’s city government facilities got 64% of their power from renewable energy sources in 2018, and that number is expected to climb to 80% or 85% by the end of 2019. Business owners in St. Cloud have taken note of the benefits of commercial clean energy, too.
After the City of St. Cloud pledged back in 2015 to take a more aggressive approach to sustainability, they decided their largest energy consumer, the City’s Waste Water Treatment Facility, would be a great place to start. They hoped their energy updates and solar panel installation at the Water Treatment Facility would jumpstart additional energy-saving initiatives and renewable energy projects for the city. They brought in Apex and Cedar Creek Energy to implement their goals.