SunCommon and Kismet Place: Solar in Williston, VT
Built with Solar in Mind
Kismet Place is a health- and wellness-oriented business park in Williston, Vermont. The owner, Sharon Gutwin, is thoughtful about choosing her tenants and business partners. We asked her about her decision to go solar.
When building Kismet, what inspired you to incorporate clean energy?
“The truth is, solar will not only pay back in financial rewards to you and your business, but it will pay back to our environment for years to come, if not decades to come.”
Why did you choose to work with SunCommon?
Al Levy [SunCommon’s Commercial Solar Advisor] came here representing the mission, not just SunCommon. He’s representing what SunCommon is all about. It’s not the sale of solar panels (which was an easy sale to me) it is the sale of “What can we do to help the Earth?”
Kismet’s solar array is 49 kW – that’s 140 panels!
The environmental benefit is no small thing either. Annually, the array will offset 60.3 metric tons of CO2, equivalent to planting 1 acre of pine trees or the annual power consumed by 8 average homes.
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