Cedar Creek Energy has completed hundreds of Minnesota commercial solar projects, including solar panel installations for several local governments. Here are just two of the Minnesota cities that have embraced solar energy to power their municipal buildings.
In 2020, many organizations are looking for new ways to save money and improve their bottom line. For a guaranteed good investment, consider installing a solar energy system that will provide a great ROI and highlight your organization’s commitment to renewable energy. You’ll join the thousands of Minnesota businesses, local governments, and multi-family housing complexes that use solar energy to power their facilities, including the hundreds of clients Cedar Creek Energy has worked with over the last decade.
The City of St. Cloud pledged to prioritize sustainability back in 2015. Since then, the City has completed several projects with Cedar Creek Energy: the Waste Water Treatment Facility, maintenance building, library, aquatics center, and fire station, to name a few.
In this time of great need for some businesses, Minnesota solar energy installers can help companies keep their utility costs down. Whether it’s through the utilization of a new solar panel array, an LED lighting upgrade, or a power purchase agreement (PPA), your company can stop worrying about high utility bills and focus on other urgent business. We sat down with Cedar Creek Energy’s President and CEO, Rob Appelhof, to learn more about how companies can use a power purchase agreement to save money and decrease their consumption of resources in these uncertain times.
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 […]
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.