Going Solar in the Capital Region
Map generated January 2018
Now solar can save money for both Washington Electric Coop and Green Mountain Power customers, bringing savings to more Vermonters.
More residents than ever central Vermont are saving money with SunCommon solar. With new net metering rules, households served by GMP and WEC are bringing solar to the grid through both roof and ground mounted systems.
Our spring challenge has ended, but you can still get in on the action.
In the spring of 2017, we went door-to-door and held a series of fun Q-and-A events in Middlesex, East Montpelier, Calais, and Worcester to help folks learn more about how solar saves money and does good for the world. This campaign resulted in 27 more households in Central Vermont getting hooked up with solar, increasing SunCommon’s customer base in the area by more than 50%.
But just because the campaign is over doesn’t mean you can’t get in on the money-saving action! Plus, as more people in your area go solar with SunCommon, your installation gets more efficient. And that means we can pass even more savings back to you.
Connect with your local organizer, Joel Rhodes, or sign up to learn more today!
Meet Joel, the Solar Community Organizer in your area.
Joel is the community organizer for Washington County. Solar Community Organizers are the folks who are out and about educating and assisting Vermonters to go solar, one town at a time.
Send Joel a message:
Why choose SunCommon?
SunCommon is a local company, founded and based in Vermont, and the state’s largest installer of solar. Our mission is to tear down the barriers to renewable energy. We make it easy and affordable for all Vermonters to go solar.
Our happy customers are best at explaining how we work: