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Vermont AllSun Solar IV 

Southern State Correction Facility "SSCF"

VERA served as the development expert for the Vermont Department of Buildings & General Services (“BGS”) contract for renewable energy services. This 500-kilowatt group-net-metered solar electric generation facility is located adjacent to the SSCF facility in Springfield, Vermont. VERA also developed solar arrays for BGS correctional facilities in St. Albans, St. Johnsbury, Vergennes, and Windsor, Vermont.

Vermont AllSun Solar X 

Vermont Technical College, Randolph, VT

This 500-kilowatt project contributes to Vermont State College/ Vermont Technical College’s substantial interest in offsetting its utility costs and reducing its carbon footprint and dependence on fossil fuels. The project is sited adjacent to the College's Randolph, Vermont campus.

Maple Hill Solar 

Starksboro, VT

A Vermont resident and local business owner reached out to VERA and its associates with interest in developing solar on her land in Starksboro, VT. She was interested in maintaining the tranquil site while contributing to Vermont’s renewable energy goals. With the help of VERA’s expertise, a 150-kilowatt project was constructed which seamlessly blends the existing working landscape, grazing animals, and state-of-the-art photovoltaic technology.

Fish Hatchery Solar 

Salisbury, VT

VERA has worked alongside the State of Vermont on numerous solar projects. The VT Department of Fish & Wildlife (“DFW”) has incorporated solar development into its fish hatcheries across the state. A 68.4-killowatt project was constructed at the Salisbury Fish Hatchery in the fall of 2017. VERA continues to work with DFW and has received a certificate of public good for a 500-kilowatt project for the state fish hatchery in Grand Isle.

Prospect AER Solar 

Fair Haven, VT

An 84-killowatt project located at the Fair Haven Welcome Center provides Vermont Agency of Transportation (“VTrans”) and Vermont Building and General Services (“BGS”) with the opportunity to provide an educational solar interface at the rest stop. VTrans and BGS consider this display a benefit to the visitors of Vermont.