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How does solar work in Vermont?

On long, sunny days, solar panels pour power past the meter which actually runs backwards, racking up credits on your utility bill. You draw down those credits during the darker, winter months. Solar can zero out your energy costs and you shift your monthly payment to your solar system. It’s that simple.

I’m so excited. I thought last month was great only owing $33 to Green Mountain Power, but this month I opened my bill and noticed we don't owe anything! Yeah baby! Thanks SunCommon. We love being part of a solar array. Now we start racking up the credits for next winter. Awesome!
Karen McKenny, Waltham CSA memberCommunity Solar
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How Does Solar Work in Vermont?

How Does Solar Work in Vermont?

What does it cost to go solar?

So, what does it cost to go solar? At SunCommon, we work to make solar affordable for all Vermonter’s. We offer the ability to own your panels at no upfront cost and a low monthly payment that looks a lot like the utility bill it’s replacing. We also have our Community Solar Membership program, which guarantees 7% savings. No matter what solution works best for you, the cost is a lot less than you think.

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