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AllEarth Solar Trackers

We are now installing AllEarth Solar Trackers. This is a dual-axis solar tracker that uses innovative GPS and wireless technology to follow the sun throughout the day, producing up to 45% more energy than rooftop solar.

We can offer these as a direct purchase as well as a No Money Down power purchase agreement*.

*For Vermont installations only




Chamberlin's Farm Stand

Chamberlin's Farm Stand is a well known spot for those living in the Jericho-Underhill area and those driving past to go to hike Mount Mansfield. In 2015, we installed a 22.4KW solar array on the Farm Stand barn. This system was sized to meet the owners' budget and offset a majority of the electric usage of their farm and house.

Burlington Electric Department

In 2013, DC Energy submitted several proposals to the City of Burlington as part of an RFP to promote solar on city owned rooftops. We were awarded two projects. The one on BED's warehouse building began construction in July 2015. This is the largest rooftop system actually in the City of Burlington. This system provides renewable  electricity for Burlington's municipal utility at a secure long term rate. It also helps keep ratepayers' rates low and fulfill the intention of BED to be 100% renewable.

Here is a link to an article about this project on the BED website. 


Green Mountain Community Solar Timberworks

Green Mountain Community Solar (GMCS) develops community-scale solar farms for sale to homeowners and businesses who do not have a good place for solar. These systems also provide benefit to the local communities where they are located.

To make their projects work, GMCS required a contractor who could design systems with maximum efficiency in mind. Not only efficiency of the system when operating, but, designing for the greatest simplicity and cost effectiveness in system installation was key. GMCS chose DC Energy for this project due to our experience in solar and electrical connection design and our ability to mobilize the necessary work force in a timely fashion to install the project by the required deadline.

Addison County Transit Resources

In May of 2015 we began installation of a 50KW project for ACTR. Their new Community Transportation Center had been designed with solar in mind. DC Energy was able to make maximum use of the available roof space to offer ACTR a project that could offset all of their current electric usage. This will help ACTR stabilize their cost of energy and enable them to better serve the mass transit needs of Addison County.