Wednesday, February 6, 2013


 Wednesday, February 13th, 6-7 p.m.
The Woodbury Conservation Commission and the Woodbury Community Library host an evening of ideas and  information about how homeowners can GO SOLAR! 

A representative of SunCommon will give a overview and then take questions. 

SunCommon installs solar with no upfront cost 
and then bills a monthly payment that matches the home's monthly utility bill.

A lot of Vermonters have wanted to go solar, but it’s been hard for the typical homeowner to figure it all out--and the price was beyond the reach of most of us.

SunCommon’s mission is to dramatically increase the amount of solar power in Vermont — by making it easy for folks and bringing the cost way down with our state’s first no-money down lease. 

Vermont state law requires our utilities to pay a solar premium on all the electricity your panels produce.  It’s around $30 a month for a typical Vermont family, money on the table that drives further down the cost of solar.  And it’s a good deal for our utilities, since your panels create electricity at just the time the utilities need it.

A representative for SunCommon will present an overview of how solar works in Vermont and then field questions on everything from how solar hooks up with your utility, to financing options, and government incentives.

So join us on Wednesday, February 13, from 6 to 7 p.m.


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