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harrison_ david _ mary 2012 photo 1

System Size: 2.550kWh

This system supplies PLENTY of power for the couple that lives here. They started with the top two rows then decided to add the last row of modules to cover their needs.

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elizabeth newman _ kevin paskiet 2012 photo 1

System Size: 5.100kWh

This roof holds the photovoltaic and thermal modules needed to provide the electricity and pre-heated water this family needs.

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nancy custer carroll and jim carroll 2012 photo 1

System Size: 6.000kWh

What a great use for an old barn!

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bruce _ karen cheever 2013 photo 1

System Size: 6.500kWh

This system replaced a wind mill after the wind mill came crashing to the ground in a wind storm…the third time.

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System Size: 2.550kWh

A starter system that will be added to as the customer needs.

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boyle_ bruce 2013 photo 2

System Size: 5.145kWh

Along with┬ámodules installed on another roof on the property, this system serves a family. They didn’t have quite enough room on the home or the garage separately. Placing modules on both structures covered their needs.

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vigne_ jeff _ allison 2013 photo 1a

System Size: 5.300kWh

This system serves a couple in Ferrisburgh. Even though there were no Southern facing roof surfaces on the home, the garage worked great.

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colley_ tom 2013 photo 3

System Size: 3.710kWh

This home is heated & cooled with a geothermal system. The homeowner is reducing their carbon footprint even more with this solar array. They will need more modules to cover their usage, but this is a great start!

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favreau_ mark 2013 photo 2

System Size: 4.410kWh

Going “green” in a wonderfully “green” house.

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laslocky_ russell 2013 additional ground mount photo 9

System Size: 3.180kWh

You may recognize the array in the background as you scroll down the page, It was installed in 2012 with the front array installed in 2013 and the final third of the needed modules scheduled for sometime in the future. Partial installations allow customers to spread out their “upfront” costs.

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ryersbach_ peter _ vera 2013 photo 1 - cropped

System Size: 4.240kWh

Heating with wood, composting food scraps and making their own power. Mixing the old ways with the new is definitely the way to go for this South Starksboro family.

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fitz-gerald_ ralph _ teri 2013 photo 1

System Size: 5.565kWh

Since this customer didn’t have a single roof that could hold the panels they needed, we split the system up. With micro inverters, this is very easy to do.

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goodrich_ douglas 2013 additional eight panels photo 1

System Size: 2.120kWh

We doubled the size of this array by adding the bottom row of panels to meet the needs of this client.

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debisschop_ courtney 2013 photo 3

System Size: 3.710kWh

Splitting installs into 3 or 4 parts, spreads out the “upfront” cost while making an immediate difference in monthly electric bills. With plenty of room on this roof to cover their needs, future additions will be easy.

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sargeant_ kathy 2013 photo 1 thank you card

System Size: 2.650kWh

This garage in Leicester is perfectly oriented to make the perfect amount of power for this homeowner

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kieran_ mike 2013 photo 1

System Size: 3.975kWh

Along with the photo below, this system will cover a portion of this homeowner’s electricity needs. They don’t have a single roof surface that works…but they have many smaller roof surfaces that will work perfectly. This customer decided to have us install in segments. Part this year, part next year…or maybe not for a while. Read More…

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langrock_ peter and joanne 2013 photo 24 - copy

System Size: 10.070kWh

This “gentleman’s” farm is now powered by the sun, house and all.

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rood_ kudd 2013 photo 10

System Size: 5.300kWh

You won’t find this system in Lincoln unless you go off the beaten path. But it certainly will not go unnoticed to the homeowner when they receive their GMP bill each month.

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brunet_ richard 2013 photo 2

System Size: 9.540kWh

This ground mounted system will provide electricity for a homeowner and his wife in Waltham, VT for years to come.

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torrey_ duane 2013 photo 1

System Size: 9.540kWh

This ground mounted system can be found in Bridport. It was built the week after the ground mounted system seen above.

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tracey newton _ tim dartt 2013 photo 1

System Size: 3.710kWh

A competitor told this homeowner that they couldn’t have ANY solar photovoltaics since their roof space was not large enough to cover their entire bill annually…not so! This system will cover a fair portion of their monthly expenses, not all, but a sizeable amount. They are doing what they can to make a difference. It Read More…

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