Municipalities should remove red tape to encourage solar:
MINNESOTA – HF2918 – 2014
Bill says no to banning rooftop solar panels
Sponsored by Rep. Will Morgan (DFL-Burnsville), HF2918
DISTRICT 191 GOES SOLAR – why can’t property owners?
Six school buildings in Burnsville-Eagan-Savage School District 191 will gain solar panels on their roofs – click here to learn more.
First All-Electric MN School Bus
Dakota Electric Association – Residential Energy Efficiency Rebate Program
WHAT DOES IT COST TO INSTALL SOLAR
click here to read about it
Where can you get triangular solar modules?
Where can I get triangular solar modules? – click here
5/14/09 Discontinued and replaced by the ND-72ELUC and ND-72ELUF
*These would only work with Sharp solar system
These are discontinued….they don’t make these type of modules any more.
Planning Commission Meeting – 2nd year in a row.
Click here to watch the Planning Commission Meeting from March 26th, 2018.
Last year they would not let anyone speak!
How hard is it to try to just fix this?
How much harder and costlier is it to manufacture triangular solar panels, compared to rectangular?-click here
Home Depot will Carry Solar
For 30 years, local power companies have had to buy excess electricity from Minnesota homeowners who have solar panels on their roofs and farmers with small wind turbines. The utilities must also sell electricity to those customers when they need it. The arrangement is known as net metering.
MN Statute 216B.164 COGENERATION AND SMALL POWER PRODUCTION.
Some residents cry foul over Burnsville’s proactive code enforcement
MN Statute 216B.1691
(a) Unless otherwise specified in law, “eligible energy technology” means an energy technology that generates electricity from the following renewable energy sources: read about it
MN Statute 500.30 Solar Easements
“Solar easement” means a right, whether or not stated in the form of a restriction, easement, covenant, or condition, in any deed, will, or other instrument executed by or on behalf of any owner of land or solar skyspace for the purpose of ensuring adequate exposure of a solar energy system as defined in section 216C.06, subdivision 17, to solar energy. – read it here
30 Minutes from the Twins Spring Training Center – First Solar Powered Town in the Country
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Solar farm to make Chattanooga Metropolitan Airport totally energy self-sufficient
Rooftop solar to be required on new homes in California