Williston, VT - May 10, 2016
AllEarth Renewables, the award winning Vermont-based solar tracker manufacturer, has announced a new program for Vermont homeowners, small businesses, and non-profits to go solar and pay less than their utility power costs.
The new program will allow Vermonters to go solar for just $1,000, which can be applied to purchasing the solar system after 5 years. Customers will pay a monthly power purchase agreement for their system which will be set at less than the current benefit they will receive for their solar, yielding immediate electric bill savings.
This financing option is unique in Vermont, will be offered for limited time while the financing is available, and will utilize the company's Vermont-made, ground-mounted dual-axis solar tracker.
AllEarth's local Vermont dealer partners around the state will sell and install the systems for customers.
"We are excited to be able to offer Vermonters a low-cost way to reap the long term benefits of going solar," said David Blittersdorf, president and CEO of AllEarth Renewables. "This program expands solar access to Vermont homes, businesses, and non-profits who want to save money immediately and use locally produced, renewable energy."
In addition to providing solar to hundreds of Vermonters, AllEarth has supplied solar to dozens of non-profits and businesses across the state, including the University of Vermont, Vermont Technical College, the State of Vermont, Middlebury College, Starksboro Elementary, Merchants Bank, Champlain Orchards, Vermont Smoke and Cure, Woodchuck Hard Cider, Woodstock Aqueduct Company, Craftsbury Outdoor Center, and Sojourns Health Clinic, among dozens of other clean energy customers.
More information on the new program can be found at: allearthrenewables.com/ppa-program.
RECs from the installations are not sold.
More than 4,000 of the AllEarth's trackers are operational throughout the United States. The dual-axis solar tracker uses innovative GPS and wireless technology to follow the sun throughout the day, producing up to 45 percent more energy than rooftop solar.
AllEarth Renewables is a past Inc. 500 company for fastest growing private companies nationwide and is a five-time “Best Places to Work” in Vermont award winner.