Rest assured. Working with Vermont’s local credit union, VSECU, means the approval process is quick, friendly and face-to-face. And, since it doesn’t require home equity, you can hold on to that for retirement or the kids’ college or whatever comes next.
1 Own Your Panels
Low Interest: SunCommon is proud to offer local financing options, including a 12-year low 2.99% interest or 20-year 3.99% interest loan through Vermont’s statewide credit union, VSECU.
Low monthly payment: We’re able to offer a low monthly payment mirroring your current electric bill.
Cash: Some of our customers choose to pay for some or all of their solar project up front. Your choice!
2 Membership in Community Solar
Join a Community Solar Array (CSA) with a monthly payment for guaranteed 7% savings, and get out if you move away.
How do I go solar?
The process for going solar is simple. It starts with filling out our get started form. You can do so by clicking the get started button. If you want to know more details about the process and the steps involved between signing up and turning on the power, click the button below to find out more.