In 2016, Hoglund Body & Equipment invested in two solar arrays to reduce our impact on the environment. Currently, there is a 19.68kW array and a 39.36kW array producing approximately 9,120kWh of energy monthly. To view the production of each panel and its positive impact on the environment, please click on the links below.
Air Quality Permit
In Minnesota, air quality permits are required to meet both federal and state regulations, which are designed to minimize the impact of air emissions on the environment. Since December 2016, Hoglund Body & Equipment has been a Part 70 Low-Emitting Facility Permit Holder. By using low-VOC Axalta products, Hoglund Body & Equipment works to ensure a minimal impact on human health and the environment.