Join Us: Solaflect is hiring!

Solar Ambassador, based in Norwich, VT: We are growing our sales team here in the Upper Valley and are excited to find a full or part-time Solar Ambassador.  Our Ambassadors are each supported by Solar Development Representatives (SDR) who drive new customer lead generation, meaning our Ambassadors are responsible for customer relationships from qualified lead to close, allowing them to focus on what they do best.  The Solar Ambassador is an inside sales position for candidates who believe deeply in the critical need for renewable energy and like the challenge of selling a new product into the market.  Intended as a full time role, in certain circumstances a part time role may be possible.

You can read the full job description here.

Solar Development Representative, based in Norwich, VT: We are growing our sales team here in the Upper Valley and are seeking a full time Solar Development Representative (SDR) to drive new customer lead generation. The SDR will work closely with our Solar Advisors to whom they introduce interested prospective customers, leading to customer site visits and eventual solar Tracker sales.

You can read the full job description here.

To apply, please send a cover letter and resume to  In your cover letter, describe what sales experience you’ve had and/or success educating and persuading people about something new and different.

NH solar value to drop as much as 40 percent—lock in favorable rates now!

Time is growing short to lock in full-value solar net metering in New Hampshire. The state Public Utilities Commission is in the process of changing net metering regulations. We don't yet know all the details, but we do know that the value you can get from solar will drop by as much as 40%.

However, anyone who secures a net metering permit before the new rules go into effect is grandfathered to continue receiving full-value net metering through 2040. From the time the permit is secured, you have one year to follow through (or not) with the solar installation. No cost, no commitment to at least lock in that opportunity.

The deadline to get your permit and lock in full-value solar is in June. Contact us now to get the ball rolling!

One ground-mounted Solaflect solar tracker in New Hampshire easily provides $1,000+ of savings on a Liberty or Eversource electric bill. But only if you lock in today's net metering value. Contact us to schedule a free site evaluation and get the necessary paperwork submitted. Use the contact form below or call us at (802) 649-3700.

(If you already have solar in place, you don't need to worry: your system is grandfathered to continue net metering the same as it already does through 2040.)

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Dartmouth College goes solar with Solaflect

Or, “Big Green Goes Green.” From Dartmouth News:

Construction has begun on a state-of-the-art solar panel adjacent to Moore Hall. The panel moves both up and down and sideways to track the sun throughout the day, making it 40 percent more efficient than a fixed unit. Equipped with an anemometer, the solar tracker takes a vertical position in high winds to prevent damage. It’s also designed to shed snow easily. The Norwich, Vt., manufacturer Solaflect has created a lightweight structure that uses less steel than other trackers.

“That makes it cost-effective. It’s really cutting edge technology,” says Timothy McNamara ’78, associate director of real estate for the College. Designed for household use, the panel will provide only some of the energy Moore consumes. But McNamara says it’s also intended to educate passers-by about the benefits of solar power.



WCAX profiles Solaflect installation at East Haven Veterinary Services

WCAX TV-3 in Burlington, Vermont has profiled a recent Solaflect PV Tracker installation at East Haven Veterinary Services. Dr. Sally Schleuter explains that going solar was the logical and responsible choice, especially since the clinic is part of the Vermont Business Environmental Partnership. You can watch the profile below or visit WCAX’s news page. All of us at Solaflect thank Dr. Schleuter for leading the way with solar in vermont.

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Wholesale electricity over 87 cents/kWh $2/kWh. Are you helping keep rates low?

It’s a hot day in New England, with temperatures as I write over 90°F. Air conditioners are running hard, and the regional grid is at full tilt.

To supply the needed electricity, utilities and independent power producers are turning on their “peaker” power plants—facilities that sit idle most of the time, and only get used during periods of high demand. These power plants are extremely expensive, and when they are called into action regional spot-market wholesale electricity prices skyrocket.

I checked the wholesale prices five minutes ago. The screen grab below shows that the current price is over 87 cents per kWh! Read more

Why we go solar

Environmental records shattered as climate change ‘plays out before us’

Temperatures, sea levels and carbon dioxide all hit milestones amid extreme weather in 2015, major international ‘state of the climate’ report finds

The world is careening towards an environment never experienced before by humans, with the temperature of the air and oceans breaking records, sea levels reaching historic highs and carbon dioxide surpassing a key milestone, a major international report has found.

Full article at The Guardian.

FAQ: How much more electricity will I use if I switch to an electric dryer or oven/stove?

Many people looking to go solar want to take full advantage of solar as a source of clean, low-cost energy. This includes “electrifying” their lives by switching from gas to electric clothes dryers or electric stoves and ovens.

Efficiency Vermont provides estimates for the amount of electricity used by different sorts of appliances. They estimate that electric clothes dryers and electric stoves each use approximately 900 kWh per year, in the typical home. For Green Mountain Power customers, as an example, that works out to about $11 more on the electric bill per month for each appliance. Read more