Tips for Going Solar in Massachusetts

Posted on April 22, 2014, by

Massachusetts is being proactive in its move toward solar, with many residents and businesses eager to do their part in protecting the environment. Solar energy is now more affordable and available than ever, but the state is still challenged to spread the word about how easy it is to go solar to those living throughout Read More

The Massachusetts Guide to Solar Energy

Posted on March 21, 2014, by

Have you heard that residents and businesses in Massachusetts can now sign up for the Solar Renewable Energy Credit-II (SREC-II) program? Through the program, if you meet a certain set of specified requirements, you could receive credits from the energy your solar energy system would produce. Massachusetts is working to meet its goal of 1600 Read More

Rebate Program Offers Rewards for MN Solar Energy Use

Posted on March 20, 2014, by

Minnesota residents now have a new reason to go solar. The Xcel Energy Solar Rewards program strives to encourage consumers and businesses to do their part to improve the environment. Through the rebates offered by Xcel Energy, the process of installing solar panels on a home or office building can be made more affordable. Buy Read More

Massachusetts Residents Can Now Sign Up for SREC-II

Posted on March 11, 2014, by

While Massachusetts has made great strides toward a cleaner, healthier environment, there’s still room for improvement. The state’s air quality report card shows that in the past three years, many of its counties have experienced bad days, with millions of people at risk. With the Solar Renewable Energy Credit (SREC) program, consumers and businesses have Read More

Solar Energy Incentives Prompt Massachusetts, Iowa Residents to Make the Move

Posted on February 25, 2014, by

Both businesses and consumers are interested in reducing their negative environmental impact. They realize that going solar can dramatically decrease their carbon emissions, while also helping them save money on their electrical bills, but making the conversion can be pricey. Unless someone is moving into a new building construction, there will be a cost associated Read More

The Impact of Solar Energy in Iowa

Posted on February 20, 2014, by

We’ve all heard about the benefits of going solar, but often the message doesn’t hit home until it has a local impact. On a global level, each person’s daily activities have an infinitesimal impact on the carbon emissions that are creating problems for the ozone layer. But when that impact is brought down to a Read More

Appliances: Best and Worst for Energy Savings

Posted on February 18, 2014, by

Consumers today are more interested than ever in taking steps to reduce their household’s impact on the environment. While most families may not be able to replace every appliance with more energy-efficient models, when it’s time to upgrade a washer or refrigerator, shoppers are increasingly asking for Energy Star ratings. Environmental impact isn’t a consumer’s Read More

5 Tips for Reducing Your Carbon Footprint

Posted on February 13, 2014, by

Concern for the future of the planet hasn’t waned in recent years, with experts cautioning that if something dramatic isn’t done soon, the problem will continue to worsen. A recent report from the United Nations warns that if measures aren’t taken to limit carbon emissions, in 15 years the problem will be too severe to Read More

We’re Hiring! – Seeking Solar Sales Consultant in Western Massachusetts

Posted on December 13, 2013, by

All Energy Solar is a full service renewable energy company who specializes in photovoltaic solar energy systems. We are composed of a team of dedicated renewable energy experts who believe in finding a better way.  We strive to give our customers independence and energy savings through creative energy solutions and providing a positive experience for Read More

Grid Parity and Climate Change

Posted on July 15, 2013, by

As solar energy continues to progress and make strides toward being utilized to its full potential there is a lot of talk about when solar energy will reach the fabled grid-parity marker. For those who are unaware, grid-parity is the point at which electricity generated from unsubsidized solar installations costs the same as energy produced Read More