Submitted by samesun_admin on Wed, 09/16/2015 - 14:58
Please join us at The Paramount Theatre for our four-part sun-related film series in celebration of the new solar array at the theatre. A short documentary about the solar project will be shown before each film.
Submitted by samesun_admin on Thu, 06/25/2015 - 16:20
"Society Happens When Like-Minded People Join Together"
During our time in business, we've had the pleasure of installing solar on scores of Vermont residences and business. We've also come across many, many situations where someone wanted to go solar, but did not have a viable roof and could not, or did not want to use their grounds.
Submitted by samesun_admin on Fri, 03/06/2015 - 16:33
We get SO many calls from our customers asking for help understanding their bills, and convincing them that they are getting credited properly for their production. They are confusing and makes use of poor terminology that makes it seem like it is contradicting itself and therefore not measuring, or crediting, the solar production correctly. To this end, we sat down with customer service representatives from Green Mountain Power, and prepared this graphic to help folks figure it out.
Submitted by samesun_admin on Fri, 10/31/2014 - 15:28
The leaves have turned and the clock is falling back. Before the year runs out, call to find out how you can turn Daylight into Savings, and how a Penny can be worth $1,000!
Take advantage of our special deal, from now through December, to commit to a solar installation in the Spring of 2015. By acting now, you can still reserve State Incentive Funds, and our offer will offset the changing solar tariff.
There will not be a better time to act. Site visits, normally $150, will be free for anyone that mentions this program.
Submitted by samesun_admin on Thu, 07/10/2014 - 09:48
In the short span of time from the June 5th launch of our program--Same Sun Solar Powers Rutland County--to its close on July 3rd, 28 homes and businesses have signed contracts to go solar. The amount of new, clean solar energy created for Rutland County will total approximately 206kW of DC-rated power, generating more than 7 MILLION kilowatt hours of electricity in the 30-year lives of the system. This is equivalent to offsetting 3,500 TONS of carbon.