Going Solar in St. Albans with SunCommon
Map generated January 2018.
We are in St. Albans to help you save on solar.
Between the downtown revitalization projects and work place improvements, St. Albans is getting things done! People are asking, “What’s next?” You guessed it: Solar Power! Our mission is to make it easy and affordable for Vermonters to go solar, and we stand by that. We offer solar at no upfront cost.
SunCommon Installs 2000+ Panels on St. Albans School
St. Albans Town Educational Center (SATEC) shifted to solar power! With the help of SunCommon, Vermont’s largest solar company based out of Waterbury, SATEC is going solar with a 640 kW solar array on the rooftop of the school. Curious about the project? Check out our article about the installation, including great stories from local news covering the project.
It’s always the right time to go solar.
In the summer of 2017, SunCommon launched the “St. Albans Solar Summer” campaign, spending extra time in the community to make it easy and affordable for St. Albans residents to go solar.
That campaign may be over, but it’s never too late to go solar. We’re always ready to help folks in St. Albans get their questions answered and pursue going solar at their homes and businesses. With every installation across Vermont, we are able to increase efficiencies and then pass the savings along to our customers.
Connect with your local organizer, or sign up here to learn more!
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:
Meet Brian, the Solar Community Organizer in your area.
Brian is the community organizer for Chittenden and Franklin county. Solar Community Organizers are the folks who are out and about educating and assisting Vermonters to go solar, one town at a time.
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