The Value of Solar: A Resilient Grid

“Damage to Vermont's electric utilities from a two-day snowstorm has exceeded that of Tropical Storm Irene and the infamous 1998 ice storm,” the state's largest power provider said Friday as thousands of workers tried to restore service.1 An impressive ice storm in...

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SunCommon sets example for divestment

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Front Porch Forum: Hosting Community Solar in Vermont

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Opinion: Community Solar members save money

by Bruce Baldwin About a year ago my wife watched a newscast on WPTZ where they ran a piece on heat pumps. Spurred by environmental and financial reasons, we were looking for a way to decrease the amount of oil...

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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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Film Screenings: This Changes Everything

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Q+A: Community Solar Array

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Solar Investment Tax Credit – What does it mean for me?

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Celebrating Our BIG Vermont Solar Year!

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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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