SunCommon makes it possible for Vermonters to go solar with no upfront cost. And you’ll be protected from rising utility rates with your low, fixed solar payment – saving money year after year. This graph shows how SunCommon saves Vermont homeowners money, beginning right away and increasing as utility rates continue to go up. Finally, we can save money by doing the right thing. Save Money. Go Solar.
SunCommon offers a couple of financing options. Based on your needs and desires, we’ll help you determine the right financing to make it possible for you to save money by going solar.
No Money Down/Loan
This mirrors your current relationship with electricity through a low monthly payment. The low monthly payments mean you’ll save thousands over the life of the system, compared to what you would have paid the utility for electricity.
SunCommon partners with Vermont’s New England Federal Credit Union to offer a discounted Solar Loan with no upfront costs and quick approval. And since it doesn’t require home equity, so you can hold on to that for retirement or the kids’ college or whatever. Find out more here.
Some people have available cash and want to be done with monthly electricity payments, while harnessing the federal income tax credit that pays 30% of the entire project cost and the state solar cash rebate which can pay another 15% of the cost.
It’s our job at SunCommon to help determine the best way for you to save money by going solar. We’ve helped over 500 Vermonters get on the path to solar, and look forward to working with you to design the solar system and financing that’s just right for you.
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* The estimated savings calculation is based on an average Vermont home which uses just under 600 kWh per month and we assume electric rates will only rise 3.5% annually.