solar installation at lowland farm in new york
Lowland Farm in Warwick, NY

So much on your farm is powered by the sun – why not your electricity?

SunCommon offers three unique ways to bring solar to your farm:

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  • A PV system for your farm’s electricity use: Install just enough solar panels to cover your own usage. Great financing options means this is an excellent option no matter your cash flow situation.
  • Install panels for your own usage and a small circle of friends: If you’ve had a good year and are ready to make a bigger cash investment, adding panels for others to use means you have a new way to generate income for 25 years.
  • Host a community solar array for your own power and your neighbors: The biggest investment for the biggest return. Host enough panels on your farm to power your own usage plus 40-50 homes that generates an impressive and predictable return.
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Impressive state and federal incentives make clean energy an incredible investment for your business:

  • Cash-flow positive in just a few years
  • Payback in 6-9 years
  • Boost your brand and employee satisfaction

Hear From Local Farmers About Going Solar With SunCommon:

As dairy farmers, it’s very important for us to budget our expenses to remain a viable business. When the CSA program at SunCommon was created we knew we had found a great fit. By hosting a CSA, we have secured predictable, constant electricity rates for our farm, and also developed a new form of the working landscape.
Mark MagnanMagnan Brothers Dairy
It’s great that fighting climate change could be a solid, low-risk investment. I’m excited to explore how hosting our own small community solar array here at Ellerslie will offer us a connection for both our power, and other farm products to our customers. Adding tax benefits and long term income generation make it a no brainer.
Mike DeColaEllerslie Farm
solar for ellerslie farm in new york
We are called Footprint Farm, in that we want to reduce our carbon footprint. And then also economically, SunCommon was able to make it work for us. The economics of it are pretty simple.
Jake Mendell & Taylor HutchisonFootprint Farm

Join the ranks of these solar-powered farms:

Allerage FarmsBowman OrchardsBrotherhood Winery
Footprint FarmBlue Moon Farm Hand Melon Farm
F.W. Battenfeld & SonCatskill Animal SanctuaryMead Orchards
Eastern Hay Corp.Stoutridge VineyardTierra Farm
Olde Saratoga Home & GardenSilver Mountain HayHearty Roots Farm
Blue Star FarmDutch’s SpiritsGill Corn Farms
Golden Acres FarmSchoharie Valley FarmsBonanza Ranch
Kinderhook FarmsHeather Ridge FarmLowland Farm
Rhinebeck EquineSamascott OrchardsOld Saw Mill Farm
Buff FarmMack Brook FarmCaora Farm
Sap Bush Hollow FarmWhistlewood Farm Bed & BreakfastKross Creek Farm
Gallagher's StudGreen ChimneysFarm at Kristy’s Barn
Tuthilltown SpiritsThe Berry FarmGlorie Farm Winery
Neversink FarmMeadow Ridge FarmLaughing Earth
Full Circus FarmPrimrose Hill FarmWally Farms


So, how do I go solar?

The process for going solar is simple. It starts with filling out our Get Started form, or getting in contact with our team via phone or email. Both Vermont and New York inquiries can reach our Solar Advisors at 802-882-8170 or via email at solar@suncommon.com.

 

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