Keeping up with the Joneses

Posted on November 7, 2014, by

Price is no longer the number one motivator for installing solar. A recent study conducted by researchers at Yale and the University of Connecticut found that taking the leap into solar energy has much more to do with whether your neighbors have done the same. Over 3,800 solar systems in the state of Connecticut were Read More

Can your trees do this?

Posted on October 30, 2014, by A nature park in Israel recently added solar trees to bring electricity, WiFi, and drinking water to their patrons.

Solar solutions have long been seen as a large-scale source of energy, accessible only to the big-name corporations. But the shift is coming; solar is becoming more affordable and more widespread. This past weekend, a nature park in Israel took small-scale solar to another level. Ramat HaNadiv is adding to their abundance of oak, willow, Read More

Join us for a Ribbon Cutting in Cedar Rapids!

Posted on September 9, 2014, by

Celebrate with us the LARGEST multi-tenant solar installation ever built in the Midwest on Wednesday, September 10th, from 1:00-3:00PM at Kirkwood Court Campus View Apartments, Cedar Rapids, Iowa! Haverkamp Properties, All Energy Solar, Alliant Energy, and The Alternative Energy Revolving Loan Program contributed to this long-term project and they will all be present at this Read More

Letter to Congress

Posted on August 26, 2014, by earth-and-sun

I’m Sue Owen, the Communications Intern here at All Energy Solar. Because I’ll return to school this fall and won’t be able to continue here, I wanted to write a letter to Congress that I hope will express how over the course of this summer internship, I have been wholly persuaded that solar power is the best way for Read More

A Glimpse Into the Future of Transportation

Posted on August 20, 2014, by Electric-truck-300x200

Imagine if all the energy utilities in the world got rid of their fossil fuel powered cars, and replaced them with electric hybrid cars. They would save huge amounts on fuel costs and prevent countless pounds of carbon dioxide from infiltrating the polluted environment. It just so happens that Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) Read More

Why Solar Power is the New Standard Source of Electricity

Posted on August 13, 2014, by DSC_0460

With the increasing affordability of solar panels and numerous other incentives to go solar, property owners across the states can no longer avoid solar power as an option for their electricity generation. It’s amazing that we’ve been running on coal power for the past century instead of the natural, inexhaustible resources of the earth. Solar Read More

The Bigger the Business, the Better the Energy Savings

Posted on August 6, 2014, by walmartReusableimage

Many business owners who look to solar see an opportunity to save money on their energy costs. Every energy bill is a reminder of the volatile rates of electricity, but not with solar power. With solar, business and property owners’ energy rates are fixed from the day their solar panels begin to generate power. In Read More

3 Ways to Supercharge the Payback on Your Solar Installation

Posted on July 28, 2014, by photo 1 (3)

If you’re an All Energy Solar customer, you’re already on the path to saving money with solar. Now, how would you like to save more money? We are pleased to announce that we offer 3 ways for you to supercharge the payback on your solar array thanks to our Referral Program. We are sure that you’re eager to share your newfound Read More

How to Enjoy the Summer Before It Ends

Posted on July 24, 2014, by Internationally Acclaimed Iowa State Fair

Summer is flying by, and it’s already almost August!  Here’s a few tips on how you can take advantage of the last month of summer.   Pack a picnic, hop in the car, and find a secluded beach.  Mille Lacs Lake is a favorite among Minnesotans–the northeast stretch of highway 18 is lined with sandy Read More