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Solential Energy Previews Electrify Indiana Conference Next Thursday, September 22

Solential Energy Previews Electrify Indiana Conference Next Thursday, September 22

In terms of energy, 2022 has been one for the books and we still have more than three months to go. Hoosiers, like the rest of the country, have seen their electric rates go through the roof. Now, with the passage of the federal Inflation Reduction Act and its incentives for renewable energy and energy…

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Hendricks Power, Solential Energy to Announce a New 7 MW AC Solar Array

Hendricks Power, Solential Energy to Announce a New 7 MW AC Solar Array

This is the largest solar array developed by Hendricks Power, a rural electric membership cooperative, and the largest utility-scale array design and built by Solential.  AVON, Indiana (July 19, 2022) – – Hendricks Power Cooperative and Solential Energy will announce an agreement to build a 7 MW AC solar array in Hendricks County during the…

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Five Great Reasons Why a Pollinator Habitat Is a Must for Your Solar Strategy

Five Great Reasons Why a Pollinator Habitat Is a Must for Your Solar Strategy

We are celebrating Pollinator Week June 20-24 and it got us thinking why Solential is such a proponent of including pollinator habitats in the solar projects we design, build and manage. Sure, they look great but there are many reasons for including these essential habitats in your solar strategy. Here are the top five most…

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Leading U.S. Pork Producer Adds Solar to Reduce Energy Costs, Elevate Sustainable Farming

Leading U.S. Pork Producer Adds Solar to Reduce Energy Costs, Elevate Sustainable Farming

GRIGGSVILLE, Illinois (May 17, 2022) – – Citing a need to diffuse accelerating energy costs and a desire to advance sustainable farming practices, The Maschhoffs broke ground today on a new 3.06-megawatt solar array at its Griggsville Feed Mill. Dignitaries gathered at the 11-acre site of the solar field today to celebrate the significant step…

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Q&A with Mark Falahee: Understanding Energy Use Is the First Step to Smart Energy Solutions

Q&A with Mark Falahee: Understanding Energy Use Is the First Step to Smart Energy Solutions

A curious mind on the Solential marketing team recently sat down with the new guy, Mark Falahee, director of business development, to pick his brain on these turbulent times in energy. One thing we learned is the dude is an optimist. He’s wired to turn problems into opportunities. To that end, there’s nothing he likes…

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Can Microgrids Make Water and Wastewater  Treatment Plants More Resilient?

Can Microgrids Make Water and Wastewater Treatment Plants More Resilient?

Natural weather events like Hurricane Ida, last winter’s arctic freeze in Texas, and Midwestern tornadoes can cripple America’s water and wastewater treatment facilities’ ability to deliver essential services to customers in an affordable manner. Municipalities and operators are looking for solutions that will strengthen their resiliency and keep their operations running smoothly and affordably for…

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Solential’s Solar Solution for the City of Carmel Is Live – and We Have the Video to Prove It

Solential’s Solar Solution for the City of Carmel Is Live – and We Have the Video to Prove It

Earlier this summer, the Solential team joined the City of Carmel, Indiana, as it was honored as one of the world’s most livable cities by the International Making Cities Livable Conference, a conference it also hosted. Now, we’re celebrating with Carmel officials as its two new solar systems from Solential are helping to power the…

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Solential’s Hometown of Carmel, IN to Host International Making Cities Livable Conference In June – We’ll Be There!

Solential’s Hometown of Carmel, IN to Host International Making Cities Livable Conference In June – We’ll Be There!

The last 18 months have made it extremely clear have important it is to have safe, livable cities. I’m fortunate Solential Energy is headquartered in the City of Carmel, Indiana, a suburb of Indianapolis. Carmel city officials and leaders have very thoughtfully planned and created a model community that welcomes businesses and residents. Why do…

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How Should Indiana Spend Its $1.28B in American Rescue Plan Dollars? Here’s a Suggestion: Power Wastewater Plants with Solar.

How Should Indiana Spend Its $1.28B in American Rescue Plan Dollars? Here’s a Suggestion: Power Wastewater Plants with Solar.

When I wrote about the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) of 2021 two weeks ago, I felt like we’d all just hit the lottery. Think about it: there is now $350 billion available to help states, counties, and cities recover from the pandemic. The one big question is: How are we going to spend these…

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The American Rescue Plan Act of 2021: What It Means to Indiana Cities and Counties

The American Rescue Plan Act of 2021: What It Means to Indiana Cities and Counties

Here’s some good news for Indiana and other states hard hit by the global pandemic. The American Rescue Plan Act, also known as the COVID-19 Stimulus Package, has made $350 billion available to help states, counties, cities, and tribal governments recover from the COVID-19 pandemic. It’s part of an overall $1.9 trillion in mandatory funding,…

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