Farming and agriculture are integral to our country’s infrastructure, and solar energy is integral to sustaining that infrastructure in the coming years. With our increasing global population, more and more people need to be fed. This is increasing a demand for high-yield crops and well-bred livestock at a time when climate change is challenging farmers’ […]
Industry Data, Trends, and Stats From 2019 and Beyond You probably won’t be surprised to hear that solar energy has experienced drastic growth in recent years. In fact, most of us see it used in our communities every day – from street signs illuminated by solar energy to fields of solar panels used for residential […]
Solar energy is a great way for both homeowners and eco-friendly businesses to increase their energy independence. But most solar arrays remain connected to the grid, which means they lose some of their convenience when the grid loses power. This is because solar panels wired through the grid don’t really “store” energy. They work in […]
Using gasoline to power vehicles has been the popular choice in the United States since motor vehicles went mainstream. But have you ever stopped to think about whether there’s a more economically and environmentally friendly option? After all, every one of us pays for it when the cost of oil increases, and the environment suffers when we use it, too.
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 […]