Going Green with Rooftop Solar in Williston, Vermont
Rooftop Solar Helps Susan Coté Reduce Her Carbon Footprint
Susan Coté in Williston didn’t feel good about her carbon footprint. She wanted to be less reliant on fossil fuels and more energy efficient. She found the green solution she was looking for – rooftop solar from SunCommon. She likes that we’re a local, Vermont solar company and that we’re a Certified B Corporation, which means we’re legally committed to using business as a force for good.
Look how psyched she is now that she added a whopping 19.2 kW system (that’s 60 solar panels!) in May 2018!
We went solar to reduce our carbon footprint and become greener. I know SunCommon is a locally founded company and it's a B-Corp so I could trust the ethics of the company. We found that the finances made sense, which we were thrilled about.
Now that you are envisioning a beautiful solar array on your home or property, or falling in love with the idea of supporting a community solar project, you may be wondering, how does solar work? The basics of solar are relatively simply. Find out how solar works by clicking below.
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