Solar panels close up
Installers on a roof
Solar heat pump outside

SunCommon selects the best solar equipment on the market for quality, performance, longevity and warranty.

We strive to partner with local companies that share our values, but not at the expense of quality. The companies we work with are an important part of who we are and must meet our high standards so we can better protect our customers. 

The three things we keep in mind when selecting our solar partners are:

  • Can their equipment withstand Northeast weather and climate for years to come?
  • Are they strong and reliable enough to honor their warranties?
  • Is the company local, U.S. based, or are they mission-driven in a way that aligns with our own?

Meet our solar partners:

Can solar work for you?
Find Out
Where should we send your results?
We have our team of advisors looking at your address to figure out if solar will work for you. Please provide your information below so that we can contact you and give you the results of our solar check.
Thank you for your submission
Someone will be in touch shortly. If you would like to expedite the process of going solar, and get scheduled for a home visit, please click here to provide additional information about your home.
Alpine Snowguards Logo

Alpine Snowguards

Alpine SnowGuards innovated the market’s first and only snow management system for solar. With almost a decade of research and development, they’ve developed a three-part system that has been rigorously performance tested at their in-house research facility in Morristown, VT.
CED offers best solar equipment

CED Greentech

CED Greentech is one of our trusted vendors for the majority of our inventory necessities. Since 1957, CED Greentech has been paving the way for the renewable energy sector. They manufacture and source a diverse selection of products ranging from small electrical materials to complex commercial project equipment. CED understands the uniqueness of the solar industry, and with their help and resources, SunCommon can successfully transition homes and businesses to be powered by the sun!


LG Electronics is a global player who has been committed to expanding its capacity, based on solar energy business as its future growth engine. LG embarked on their solar energy research program in 1985, and the quality of their solar panels is the result of a strong commitment to developing a module with improved benefits for their customers. These high-efficiency panels make the most of available sunlight, take up less space, are more durable, and create more energy for your home. With their 25-year warranty, you can be confident that your solar system will produce clean, renewable energy for years to come.


Although Enphase has only been around since 2006, their technological advancements have changed the way that solar energy is produced. Their innovative microinverter is safe, reliable and widely used—more than 48 million Enphase microinverters are in use, on more than 2.5 million homes and businesses. 


Enphase believes in a customer first culture that thrives on integrity, innovation, teamwork and quality, and as an added bonus, they have an industry leading warranty program. Together with SunCommon, Enphase is working to create a more carbon-free future for everyone. 

Sunpower Company Logo Elite Dealer


We purchase the majority of our panels from SunPower. They make the most powerful, efficient, and highest quality solar panels in the world at facilities in several countries overseas. This increased efficiency means the same roof space can generate up to 30% more power than with standard solar panels. Their panels have an expected useful lifespan of more than 40 years, and their 25-year warranty (15 years longer than traditional warranties) means that your panels will produce more power for longer than any other panel on the market. SunPower is an American company employing 1,500 U.S.-based workers whom we are proud to support. They’ve been selling solar for over four decades, and they’ve got the staying power to be there for our customers for many years to come.

Green Mountain Electric Supply

Green Mountain Electric Supply was originally a motor repair shop back in the 1950’s, but after a decade they transitioned to electrical supply distribution. Over the years they’ve acquired numerous electrical supply distributors to expand their overall supplies and resources. With eight branches in Vermont, New York, and New Hampshire they have the capability to consistently supply SunCommon with high-quality materials, at the speed and urgency that the solar industry demands.
ironridge logo


IronRidge supplies us with our mounting and racking materials, most often used for our Solar Canopy.  We use the XR100 rails, which are made out of 6000-series aluminum alloy which is plated with a protective oxide layer for additional protection. Designed to hold substantial weight and withstand wind speeds of up to 160 MPH, this racking system is perfect for harsh Northeast winters.

mitsubishi electric logo solar heat pumps

Mitsubishi Heat Pumps

Solar heating and cooling is quiet and comfortable. This Energy Star smart technology keeps your home consistently warm and cozy through the winter — and dry and cool all summer long. It’s clean since allergens and dust are filtered out as the heated or cooled air is circulated in the house. Heat pumps have been around for a long time, but we haven’t used them up north because they weren’t cold-climate rated. Now, our Mitsubishi model is rated to function as low as -18 degrees to keep you warm on the coldest nights—and keep you cool with guilt-free, solar-powered air conditioning on hot, muggy summer nights.

New Energy Works

New Energy Works provides us with the gorgeous timber framing for our unique Solar Canopy. Each timber beam is sculpted with handheld tools, ensuring a meticulously crafted final product. The beams are crafted out of Douglas Fir timber that is found within the region of the Pacific Northwest. All of the products that New Energy Works constructs are manufactured in a building that is powered by solar power, and heated from their excess wood scraps. Their efforts in fighting climate change is one of the driving factors behind our work with them. Their strategic work allows SunCommon to provide our customers with an additional alternative to transition to solar power. Similar to SunCommon, New Energy Works operates on a triple bottom line ensuring that people, planet, and profit are equally important. Together, we are working towards the common goal of cleaning up the environment for the future generations.


As a pioneer in the solar industry, Qcells has expertise in every field of solar engineering and manufacturing—they are a world-class solar energy business. Founded in Germany in 1999, the company immediately became an industry leader. Their innovations have earned numerous awards and have produced some of the most efficient solar modules on the market. 

Qcells is devoted to producing high quality products. All of their solar modules are assessed through a strict four-level quality program, with over 40 individual tests. They’re also the first solar module manufacturer to pass TÜV Rheinland’s Quality Controlled PV (QCPV) certification, the most thorough assessment program within the industry. Considering that solar modules have a lifespan of over 25 years, quality is key in prolonging their usage.

QCells solar panels are produced right here in the United States! In 2019, they opened a 300,000 sq ft solar factory in Dalton, Georgia—the largest solar factory in the Western Hemisphere, capable of producing 12,000 solar modules a day. 

Learn more about QCells High Performing solar modules here.

SMA Logo


SMA Solar Technology has been a prominent leader throughout the solar industry for the last four decades. They specialize in photovoltaic (PV) inverters, which we use for our ground mounted systems and our Solar Canopy. Similar to SunCommon, SMA’s philosophy is grounded in leaving the world better than we found it. 

Through new technologies and processes, SMA has developed practices that ensure that their products not only require ever fewer materials, but are also more durable and easier to service and recycle. Their goal is to create closed-loop cycles in which they reuse as many recyclable materials as possible.

Solaredge logo


SolarEdge manufactures top-of-the-line inverters that turn the energy from your panels into electricity for your home. They are headquartered in Israel and have offices in 13 countries, including the United States. Their corporate vision includes making clean energy affordable, accessible, and widespread.


SunCommon utilizes SnapNRack mounting and racking materials for roof mounted solar systems. Their compact design produces a sleek, low profile solar system that make the mounting system virtually invisible underneath the array. Made from high quality 6000 series aluminum and stainless steel, they can withstand the heavy snow and strong winds of Northeast winters.

SnapNrack shares SunCommon’s belief that solar energy can lead to a cleaner, safer, and more sustainable world.


Span has revolutionized the way in which electricity is circulated throughout our households by developing a new type of electrical panel. Their sleek design has provided homes with a luxury look for an ultra smart electrical panel. This exceptionally unique product provides users with the ability to meticulously monitor and control every single circuit within their house just from their phone. Not only does Span connect to regular wifi, it is also compatible with wired ethernet, and will access cellular data in case of internet outages. This piece of fully adaptable equipment provides users with the comfort that they have complete control over their electrical panel. Span has the capability to predict when specific appliances will break down and alert you in hopes that you can catch the problem before it’s too late. Another great feature is that this product has a 10 year warranty to ensure its reliability and quality overtime. Through AI guidance, homeowners will benefit from Span through comprehensive energy usage insight in ways we have never seen before.


Tesla has been a pioneer throughout the entire renewable energy sector. Originally known for their electric vehicles, Tesla has matured into a company with a diverse portfolio of products. Their home battery backup system, Powerwall, gives homeowners the ability to store their solar energy for use when the grid goes down, and their sleek, durable solar modules will quietly produce solar energy for decades.

I was very, very satisfied with the entire process. The install went smoothly and the crew was friendly. As someone who works in the business, I can say the work was of great quality. When an issue was brought up, the crew was responsive and is going to take care of it.
Seth Morrisette, RichmondSolar since 2015
We had our heat pump installed today. I want to mention that the installers were great, and the heat pump is fantastic!
Eric, Fairfax Solar since 2014.
The people at SunCommon made the process so understandable and transparent I felt no qualms about proceeding. The actual site evaluation and installation was nearly magical – things happened on time, quickly, and with less fuss and muss than I could ever have imagined. The results are all that I hoped for. I couldn’t recommend this organization and the wonderful people I met through it more strongly. I am glad I chose to work with SunCommon.
Hilary Hatch, Leicester Solar since 2014

Get Started

We’re here to help you find your solar solution, whether that be solar at home, at your small business, or on a larger commercial structure. Click the button to get started. Thank you!
Copyright 2019 SunCommon | All Rights Reserved | SunCommon is a trademark registered in the US Patent and Trademark Office