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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What is a Community Solar Array?

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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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SunCommon: Tearing down barriers to renewable energy

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Opinion: Ditch fossil fuels, invest in solar

by Sherry Tolle We have always wanted to wean ourselves away from dependency on oil-based energy. We experienced the OPEC oil embargo, saw environments contaminated, and watched as oil companies made billions of dollars in profits. Forty years ago we investigated...

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Quick facts on Vermont solar energy

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Opinion: Good stewards of the land with Community Solar

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