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Founded in 2010, Eagle Point Solar is dedicated to providing renewable solar energy solutions throughout Iowa, Illinois and Wisconsin. We have designed, engineered and built systems of all sizes for residential homes, small businesses, large commercial facilities, agricultural operations, local government, academic institutions and local utilities. Eagle Point Solar is one of the largest solar installers in the Midwest, and consistently ranked as a Solar Power World Top 500 Solar and Solar + Storage installer in the U.S. In addition to providing turnkey energy management solutions, we also offer, sales, design & engineering, permitting, utility interconnection, construction and maintenance.

The professional staff consists of NABCEP certified designers, master electricians, and individuals with decades of construction management and administration experience. At Eagle Point Solar, our people are trusted, our process is tested, and our results are proven.

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Eagle Point Solar Case Dismissed by Circuit Court

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November/December 2019 Issue

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The Dane County Circuit Court has granted a motion of the Public Service Commission of Wisconsin (PSCW) to dismiss an action filed by Eagle Point Solar (EPS). EPS’s complaint had sought declaratory judgment and injunctive relief from the court to confirm the legality of a Solar Services Agreement (SSA), under which EPS had contracted to develop about one megawatt of solar generation for the City of Milwaukee on seven city-owned properties. The SSA provided for co-ownership of the solar installation, with the City of Milwaukee owning approximately 20% of the facilities using a combination of FOCUS on Energy and City funding sources. 

EPS filed the circuit court action in response to a PSCW order issued in May of 2019. That order did two things. First, it denied a request by EPS to rule on whether EPS had impermissibly acted as a public utility when it entered into the SSA with Milwaukee, which is a customer of Wisconsin Electric Power Company (WEPCo), to provide solar energy. In the PSCW’s view, determining EPS’s status as a public utility was more properly within the scope of state lawmakers to decide. 

Second, the PSCW set for hearing the separate but related issue of whether WEPCo had acted improperly when it denied EPS’s request to interconnect the solar generation facilities EPS had proposed to build for Milwaukee. WEPCo’s denial of the interconnection request had been largely based on its assertion that EPS was improperly acting as a public utility when it entered into the SSA with Milwaukee.

The circuit court’s dismissal of the EPS request for declaratory and injunctive relief was grounded on the court’s discretion to defer to the PSCW as the agency with primary jurisdiction in utility matters, and to require EPS to exhaust its administrative remedies by participating in the interconnection request denial proceeding at the PSCW. The circuit court also cited EPS’s failure to state a claim upon which relief can be granted given the absence of a reviewable agency decision.

The EPS case has been closely watched by utilities and renewable energy advocates, as well as by local governments and school groups who have relied on so-called ​“third party” deals to develop local solar generation projects. SSAs and similar contractual structures have been used by such tax exempt entities to enable them to take advantage of federal investment tax credits by partnering with other parties who can utilize the tax credits.

In the absence of an appeal, further clarity on the issue will likely be left to the legislature. In the interim, local governments interested in developing large scale solar facilities should review tariff options available through their incumbent utilities (MLN, September, 2019: ​“Local Governments Buy In to Large Scale Solar Projects”).

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I would not recommend looking for employment with Eagle Point Solar. I currently work for a Solar installation company not competing with Eagle Point Solar and extensive construction experience as well as Business Management experience. Upon hand delivering my resume and speaking with Michael Mularski (VP of Sales) he was enthusiastic about meeting for an interview. As I work out of town for extended duration s, we agreed to have an interview the following Thursday and I would update him the following Monday to ensure our schedules still coincided and we would meet in Madison at a time and place to be decided. I emailed Michael the Friday before the week of our meeting to let him know my schedule would not change and asked where and what time he would like to meet in Madison. With no reply by Monday afternoon, I text-ed Michael to inquire about the details of my email. He replied with I m sorry my schedule has changes can we do this on Friday. Why he failed to update me or answer my email in a timely manner I was not sure. I agreed to meet on Friday which would require me to travel back to Madison after coming home to Dubuque on Wed. evening but I was really interested in the positions he said were available. By Wednesday, he had still not communicated any information as to where or when to meet in Madison on Friday so I again text-ed him to confirm the details He asked if I knew a good place to meet in Madison and we would agree to that. OK, I think it s really the responsibility of the interviewer to research the details and set the appointment. After researching a good meeting place and address I text-ed the address and business to him, however I did not receive a confirmation. Thursday morning I realized I had text-ed to his office number and immediately followed up

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City of Racine – The Southeast Wisconsin Solar Group Buy (SWSGB) has selected Eagle Point Solar as its solar installer this year. Since 2010, Eagle Point Solar has been committed to the installation and deployment of solar photovoltaic systems throughout the Midwest. As the area’s largest installer with more than 1700 installations and 35 MW of power in the field, Eagle Point Solar has solutions for residential, commercial, agricultural, municipal, educational, and utility-scale projects. Eagle Point Solar is headquartered in Dubuque, IA, with additional offices in Cedar Rapids, IA, Davenport, IA, Canton, IL, Oshkosh, WI, and Milwaukee, WI.     

“We are excited to partner with Southeast Wisconsin Solar Group Buy and help to bring affordable, high-quality renewable energy solutions to local residents and businesses. The demand for renewable solar energy continues to surge in the Midwest and a group buy partnership is a great avenue to provide education and training on how these systems work,” stated Larry Steffen, executive vice president of sales and marketing with Eagle Point Solar. 

“The City of Racine has made commitments to become more environmentally friendly and sustainable. As part of that effort, we are happy to promote programs for our residents to do the same. I encourage people to take advantage of the solar group buy. If you are looking for a way to lower your carbon footprint and save money long term, this is a great option,” said Racine Mayor Cory Mason.  

SWSGB will hold nine informational virtual webinar sessions through Zoom to launch the fifth year of the solar group buy program for residents of Racine, Kenosha, and Walworth Counties. The webinars will be held on: 


Tuesday, May 25 • 6:30 – 7:30 p.m. 

Thursday, June 3 • 6 – 7 p.m. 

Tuesday, June 8 • Noon – 1 p.m. (Extended Q&A for Businesses) 

Wednesday, June 16 • 6:30 – 7:30 p.m. (Extended Q&A for Businesses) 

Thursday, June 24 • 6 – 7 p.m. 

Tuesday, June 29 • Noon – 1 p.m. 

Wednesday, July 21 • 6 – 7 p.m. 

Wednesday, July 28 • 6:30 – 7:30 p.m. 

Thursday, August 5 • 6 – 7 p.m. 

The webinars will include an explanation of benefits available through the group buy program, a presentation by the solar installer and testimonies from residents who have participated in this program. Attendees will learn about group buy discounts, federal tax credits and grants available from Focus on Energy. They will be able to sign up for a free solar analysis which will provide the financial and environmental benefits of renewable solar technology. 

“No matter if the installation is for a business or a residence, participants in the group buy program will benefit from the streamlined process and the financial savings made possible through this type of economies of scale format,” said Chris Litzau, co-director of SWSGB. 

In the first five years of the program, 75 families and 6 businesses received solar installations, a total of 485 KW installed solar.  Each year, these systems produce an estimated 658,000 kilowatt-hours of energy.  Over the projected 40-year life of these systems, the panels offset the environmental impact equivalency of 1,832,742 gallons of gasoline consumed or 18,657 metric tons of CO2 produced. They are equal to the environmental benefit of growing 308,503 trees over ten years.

SWSGB is an initiative of Greening Greater Racine, a non-profit organization serving the communities of Southeast Wisconsin. The SWSGB will also continue its relationship with the Great Lakes Community Conservation Corps. In 2018, 17 youth from disadvantaged populations received on-the-job training by assisting with solar installations.

John Koetz, a Racine resident commenting on his experience with SWSGB, said, “Thanks to Southeast Wisconsin Solar Group Buy for making the whole process simple and taking the marketing hype/pressure away through your evaluations and vetting of providers, and thanks to everyone at Eagle Point Solar for friendly & professional installation & support throughout!” 

“We had a 16-panel solar installation done last fall, and we are extremely happy with the results,” said Kenosha residents John and Christine Pratt. “The explanation of how the system works as well as the installation were very professional. The cost savings are immediately noticeable on our electric bills and the simple phone app allows daily monitoring of the electricity generated.” 

To learn more about the Southeast Wisconsin Solar Group Buy program or register for the upcoming webinars, visit www.swsgb.solar, SWSGB on Facebook, or contact [email protected] 

For additional information, media can reach out to Eagle Point Solar Media Contact: Lynn Roth • Phone: (563) 582.4044 • Email: [email protected] • Website: www.eaglepointsolar.com • Eagle Point Solar 2400 Kerper Blvd, Suite A20 Dubuque, IA 52001 

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Founded in 2010, Eagle Point Solar is dedicated to providing renewable solar energy solutions throughout Iowa, Illinois, and Wisconsin.

We have installed systems of all sizes including residential homes, small businesses, large commercial facilities, agricultural operations, local government, academic institutions, and local utilities. Eagle Point Solar is one of the largest solar installers in the Midwest and consistently ranks in the top 500 installers in the U.S.

In addition to providing turnkey energy management solutions, we also offer, sales, design & engineering, permitting, utility interconnection, construction, and maintenance. The professional staff consists of NABCEP certified designers, master electricians, and individuals with decades of construction management and administration experience. At Eagle Point Solar, our people are trusted, our process is tested, and our results are proven.

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Founded in , Eagle Point Solar provides renewable solar energy solutions throughout Iowa, Illinois and Wisconsin for agriculture, commercial, residential, municipal, utility and academic industries.Eagle Point Solar is one of the largest solar installers in the Midwest and ranks in the top installers in the U.S. We provide turnkey energy management solutions including, sales, design engineering, permitting, utility interconnection, construction and maintenance.The staff consists of NABCEP certified designers, master electricians and individuals with decades of construction management and administration experience. At Eagle Point Solar, our people are trusted, our process is tested, and our results are proven. Eagle Point Solar is Solar energy company in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. You can find contact details, reviews, address here. Eagle Point Solar is located at 1166 Capital Dr SW unit b, Cedar Rapids, IA 52404. They are 4.5 rated Solar energy company in Cedar Rapids, Iowa with 2 reviews.

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