Solar Safety for First Responders

You may have noticed a neighbor, friend, or family member with a shiny and energy efficient addition to their roof. As more and more solar photovoltaic systems are installed across our community, country, and the world, it’s important to...

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A Brighter Future For Our Community

Our country was founded on the notion that our choices matter. As Americans, we have the right to choose where we live and how we live. Our ability to choose which businesses to support has become an empowering part...

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Shawn Lessord Joins SunCommon New York Team

We're always on the lookout for passionate and talented individuals to make our family brighter, which is why we're thrilled to welcome Shawn Lessord to the SunCommon NY team as a PV Sales Associate. Shawn comes to SunCommon after...

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Connecting the Interconnection Dots

Article Written By Matt Vanderbrook, Senior Project Developer It’s a dynamic time for the solar industry in New York and in the Finger Lakes region as illustrated by the RBJ in an recent article: “The Finger Lakes region saw the...

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Why The Women of SunCommon NY are Working Today

SunCommon NY answered the call for women and our allies to act together for equity, justice, and the human rights of women and all gender-oppressed people, through today's one-day demonstration of economic solidarity. While the women of SunCommon NY do...

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A Better Choice in Renewable Energy

Article Written By Mary Nicholas, Community Solar Organizer To find out more about SunCommon and what makes us a better local option, get in touch. In an era of booming renewable industries and exponential growth for solar and wind, energy choices...

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Affordability and Accessibility of Clean Energy

Article Written By Matt Vanderbrook, Senior Project Developer We've come a long way with the usability and cost of solar and wind energy according to a recent Greentech Media article. Thanks to federal tax credits, state-level renewable energy standards, and a...

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Van Schie Residence

Prepared for: Van Schie Family Location: Pittsford, NY Project Size: 7.2 roof mount Reduction in electric usage: 87% Average annual savings: $1500 Lifetime Savings: $37,400 Payback Period: 8 years The Van Schie's installed a 7.2kW roof mounted system at their home in Pittsford in December of...

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Seneca Nation

SunCommon developed and installed a 1.5MW wind turbine for The Seneca Nation of Indians. The wind turbine was installed on common land adjacent to the Gil-Lay Arena in Irving, NY. The Seneca were the largest of six Native American...

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Choate Residence

Location: Rush, NY Project Size: 14.84kW ground mount Electric usage: 100% reduction Average Annual Savings: $3,000 Lifetime Savings: $75,000 On their one year anniversary, Al and Bethany Choate were pleased to share their successful solar numbers in year one. "Our first year of operation...

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