SunCommon’s mission is to tear down the barriers to renewable energy. They do that by making it easy and affordable for all its customers to go solar.   SunCommon has installed over 1,000 solar systems on homeowners’ rooftops, but about 50% of all homes can’t host solar because they don’t face the sun, or are shaded by trees or chimneys.  In response, SunCommon launched Community Solar Array (CSA) solution in 2014 so that all of its customers could go solar, using access to solar through the grid using a group net metering solution.


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    SunCommon’s Waterbury Expansion Underway

    In just four years, SunCommon scaled its staff from 16 to 65 employees, and quickly outgrew its onsite conference room for Monday morning meetings. SunCommon will lease 8,500 square feet of a new 14,000 square foot net-zero building now under construction in Waterbury.

  • Duane Peterson, President and co-founder of SunCommon and Solar Organizer Els Van Woert stand outside of SunCommon's new store, located inside Small Dog Electronics in downtown Rutland, on Wednesday Sept. 24, 2014. SunCommon announced their launch into Rutland county bringing affordable residential solar to homeowners with no upfront cost.
    SunCommon Launches New Store in Rutland

    SunCommon recently expanded into Rutland County with a satellite office in downtown Rutland, sharing space with Small Dog Electronics.

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    SunCommon’s Duane Peterson Receives VBSR Terry Ehrich Award

    Vermont Businesses for Social Responsibility (VBSR) is pleased to name Duane Peterson, founder and co-president of SunCommon, as the 2015 recipient of the Terry Ehrich Award for Excellence in Socially Responsible Business.

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    Solar is Hot in Chilly Vermont

    “Renewables will save Vermonters hundreds of millions of dollars,” predicts Duane Peterson, copresident of SunCommon, the state’s largest residential solar company.