Elected officials, economic development representatives, and friends of SunCommon gathered in front of Sharon Academy’s 26-panel array Tuesday to celebrate the launch of SunCommon’s solar program into Orange and Windsor counties. SunCommon originally launched in central Vermont two years ago with a mission: to increase access to solar among everyday Vermonters and dramatically increase the amount of solar installations in the state. Before SunCommon’s launch, there were a total of 1,500 residential solar installations statewide; since then, SunCommon has sold almost 1,000 systems in the six counties in which they currently operate.
“SunCommon is thrilled to be expanding into this new corner of the state. The Upper Valley already boasts significant solar, but there’s still tremendous work ahead to reach our state’s goal of 90% renewable energy. We’re ready to dig in and help drive toward that goal.” said Duane Peterson, SunCommon’s co-president.
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