Going Solar in Middlebury with SunCommon

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The time to go solar is now for Middlebury and East Middlebury.

Residents in Middlebury are already saving money with SunCommon solar. We have a variety of solar solutions to fit your home and family’s needs. We make it easy and affordable for Vermonters to go solar. With SunCommon’s no-upfront-cost financing, you can replace your electricity bills with a monthly solar payment, so your budget doesn’t have to change when you go solar!

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It’s always the right time to go solar.

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Middlebury has been leading Addison County in renewable energy for years, but still there are many residents who haven’t found the right solar solution for them. Now is the time! With rooftop arrays, ground mounts, and Solar Canopies, SunCommon is able to provide a variety of solar at no upfront cost and incredible product warrantees.

In the fall of 2017, we spent extra time in the Middlebury area hosting a variety of events to make it easy for folks to get questions answered and see which solar option worked best. The 2017 campaign may be over, but it’s never too late to go solar. As more of your neighbors go solar with SunCommon, the more efficient the installation of your solar system will be, and we can pass the savings back to you.

Connect with your local organizer, Nora Woolf, or sign up here to learn more!

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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:

David Pistilli in front of his Solar Home in Middlebury Vermont
Solar was an opportunity to put our rooftop to work. It seemed crazy to me that our roof absorbs the sun everyday but wasn’t capturing it – it was just there and not being used. I put my money where my mouth is and I looked into how solar would work for my roof.
David PistilliMiddlebury Solar Homeowner
My wife and I joined the Monkton Community Solar Array in March of this year with a 7% share, and we immediately began seeing benefits. Our CSA share generates enough credits to cover our electric bills over the summer, pay for our two heat pumps AND take us into the winter with a $726.00 credit on our electric bill. We are saving money and our heat pumps are reducing the amount of oil we burn helping to make our little corner of the world just a bit greener!
Bruce BaldwinCommunity Solar since 2015
I have two kids and I’ve lived in Vermont all my life. Our previous home was a 30 year old mobile home. It was cold as heck in the winter and a hot sweat box in the summer. We needed a better home, way of living and to be much more energy efficient. With our new home we went solar! I love that we can get energy from the sun. We’re just sucking up the energy from the sky. I would’ve gone solar earlier if I had known how easy SunCommon made the financing. It’s easy. I check my GMP monitoring and see how much I’ve consumed and how much I’ve generated. I can just hear the money – cha-ching! – coming off my bill as I watch the progress my solar is making.
Simone Colby, VergennesSolar since 2015

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