Cedar Creek Energy assessed the company’s energy needs and available roof space through an energy audit. This information allowed solar designers and engineers to create plans for a custom solar energy array that would meet Brin Glass’s needs. Once a plan was in place for installation, Cedar Creek Energy worked closely with Brin Glass to secure PACE financing, a grant from the City of Minneapolis, 30% federal tax credit, and Xcel Energy’s Demand Credit program.
METIS Development Group is a multifamily real estate owner/developer in Minneapolis, Minnesota. As a previous Cedar Creek Energy client, MDG knows all too well the impressive ROI of a solar energy system. The financial benefits made solar the obvious choice for the firm when it decided to transition several of its multifamily properties, located in Mankato, Maplewood, Forest Lake, and Coon Rapids, to a more sustainable energy source.
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.
A couple of years ago, owner Jay Miller was looking to finance a new solar array for his business. Crankshaft Supply remanufactures and refurbishes automotive parts to save the time and expense of having to manufacture new parts. In essence, Jay’s company repurposes and recycles old parts so they can be reused.
As a metal recycling facility, K&K Recycling believes in good stewardship of the earth – and its natural resources are very important.