Made in Minnesota solar thermal rebate applications are now being accepted.
Applications for the Made in Minnesota Solar Thermal Rebate Program have reopened on March 17, the Minnesota Department of Commerce announced. The solar thermal program accepted applications this year from January 1-February 28, but the program was not fully subscribed. Applications will be accepted on a first-come, first-served basis until 2014 funds are fully reserved. Applications can be found at MNcommerce.powerclerk.com. The 2014 Lottery results are posted in News, Presentations and Updates.
A general summary of the Made in Minnesota (MiM) Solar Incentive Program.
A guide on the basics of solar, solar PV & solar thermal incentive amounts, community solar garden & how to apply for incentives.
Program information for solar PV, community solar gardens, & solar thermal project developers/installers & how to apply for incentives.
Information on what qualifies as certified Made in Minnesota, certification applications, business development assistance and utility contact information.
Gain access to the State of Minnesota’s Made in Minnesota (MiM) solar rebate programs in PowerClerk®.
Links to news stories, press releases, public presentations and program updates.
Stay up to date on the latest information on the Made in Minnesota Solar Incentive Program and other programs and events at the Department of Commerce. Sign up to receive email newsletters and program alerts.
For general information on the Made in Minnesota (MiM) program please call the Commerce Energy Information Line: 651-539-1886 or toll free 1-800-657-3710 or email your questions to email@example.com.
Project Developers and Installers
PV and Thermal Manufacturers
Xcel Energy has indicated that they will have a new on-line interconnection application will be available in late May. You may also apply for an Xcel Energy interconnection agreement by submitting a paper application (.pdf).
Interconnection agreements for Otter Tail Power, Minnesota Power and Alliant can be obtained by contacting the utility representatives listed on the bottom of the Made in Minnesota Solar Incentive Program webpage.