Vermont Business Magazine: Vermonters want more solar in their towns

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Shelburne News: Community Solar Array projects on the rise

by Lynn Monty SunCommon of Waterbury Center will build a one-acre solar array on Hinesburg resident Marilyn Brown’s property at 534 Fletcher Farm Road. The Hinesburg Planning Commission reviewed the project on Nov. 25 and voted 6-0 in support of...

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Waterbury Record: SunCommon expands in Waterbury

By Stanley Blow III | December 24, 2015 Government projects have been in the spotlight lately in Waterbury — the new $5 million municipal complex, and the $130 million makeover of the State Office Complex that will again be home...

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WAMC: Solar and Wind Tax Credit Extended

Congress has extended a federal tax credit for solar installations that was set to expire at the end of 2016. Industry operatives in the region say it will provide stability in a growth sector that could have stalled. The 30...

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Times Argus: Solar firm pops into town for a month

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Rutland Herald: Vt. solar community lauds action by Congress

By Josh O’Gorman | Vermont Press Bureau | December 19, 2015 MONTPELIER — Climate advocates and members of the renewable energy industry are celebrating a move by Congress to renew tax credits for wind and solar projects. Congress reached an agreement this...

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Caledonian Record: Barnet Vermont Solar Array Proposed

by Taylor Reed  BARNET - Joe's Brook Road in Barnet is poised to sprout a commercial solar farm. "We are in the early stages of bringing a second community solar array to Barnet," Emily McManamy, spokeswoman for Waterbury-based SunCommon, said this...

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Caledonian Record: Effort underway to empower Vermont town with solar

by Taylor Reed BARNET -- Here comes the sun, power. Waterbury-based SunCommon has submitted plans to the Vermont Public Service Board for a one-acre solar array off Route 5 in Barnet. Permitting is expected to proceed through January. If approved, it will...

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Burlington Free Press: Power from the sun for everyone

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Burlington Free Press: SunCommon takes hold of energy future

SunCommon takes hold of energy future by Laura Stroup At my home, we are in the process of an energy revolution. SunCommon, Vermont’s residential solar company, will be soon installing a large photovoltaic solar panel on our southern roofline. SunCommon will...

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