Going solar in the Northeast Kingdom

See Who’s Gone Solar In The NEK

Map generated November 2018.

We are in the Northeast Kingdom to help you take control of your energy costs by going solar.

It’s time to bring more solar power to the Kingdom. From Newark to Ryegate, folks are already saving money with SunCommon solar systems. We also have some great news for people currently looking into solar: all utilities are now open for solar, including GMP, WEC, Lyndonville Electric, and VEC! We want to help as many people as possible in the Northeast Kingdom understand their solar options for their home or their business, so they can take control of those monthly costs.

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Why Your Community and Why Now?

The weather outside has us thinking about the snow to come, and all the solar credits folks have banked this year. But before folks can hit the slopes or break out their skates, we have some exciting news! Did you know that you are among over 229 of your neighbors in the Northeast Kingdom who already have a solar solution with SunCommon? Now it’s time to help even more folks start saving the planet and their wallets with solar! Two years ago, we ran the “More Power to the NEK” campaign, and we’re excited to be bringing our work back in a big way. SunCommon is tearing down the barriers to renewable energy for all Vermonters, and we’re excited to be launching a campaign in many towns in the Northeast Kingdom to celebrate. 

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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:

Homeowner in Burke in front of their solar home
The decision to go solar with SunCommon was as simple as understanding that my monthly electric bill would be covered by solar credits generated by my array. No upfront cost was a big deal and made it feasible for me. I went solar because it made financial sense. It’s a no-brainer.
Doug ClarnerBurke, VT
Family in East Burke standing in front of their solar home
Exciting day at the Emmons house - our solar was installed, and I couldn't help but stand there and watch the meter turn backwards!
Nathan EmmonsEast Burke, VT
Solar homeowners in front of their house in Danville
Since going solar, we’ve watched our electric bill disappear. It’s been magical. We’re just cooking up energy every day. How can you beat that? We’re happy. Plus, the installation crew couldn’t have been nicer. They were hugely helpful and informative.
Terry HofferDanville, VT

Meet Becca, the Solar Community Organizer in your area.

Becca is a seventh generation Vermonter who grew up in the village of Wilder in Hartford. Solar Community Organizers are the folks who are out and about educating and assisting Vermonters go solar, one town at a time.

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BECCA WHITE
Solar Community Organizer

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Northeast Kingdom Solar Events

November 15 @ 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm
115 Eastern Ave
St. Johnsbury, VT 05819
November 29 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
1302 Main Street
St. Johnsbury, VT

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