About Us

WELCOME! SunCommon is a Benefit Corporation that is fueled by the belief that everyone has the right to a healthy environment and safer world.  So we’re tearing down the barriers that have made renewable energy inaccessible with the goal of repowering our communities one home, school, and business at a time.  To this end, we make going solar easy and affordable so that everyone can take part in creating a healthier environment. 


SunCommon is a marriage of two innovative, renewable energy companies - based in Rochester, NY and Waterbury, VT. In January 2017, the companies joined forces to become a regional solar powerhouse that boasts Vermont’s largest residential solar business (with more than 3000 Vermonters served!), a thriving commercial solar construction business, and significant market share in the fast-growing Rochester solar market that is home to more than 1 million people.

We utilize an innovative community organizing approach to marketing, via high-touch, personal interactions with home and business owners who want solar but couldn’t figure it out or didn’t think they could afford it.  We’ve done all the legwork to put together a total package that’s easy for the customer.   We picked the best equipment manufacturers, lined up the finest installers and arranged attractive financing that saves our customers real money.


SunCommon provides our employees a competitive salary and full time employees a strong package of benefits, including:

  • For the employee and their family, fully paid medical premiums as well as a significant contribution toward medical deductible expenses,
  • For the employee and their family, fully paid dental premiums,
  • 3 weeks paid personal leave (combined vacation and sick) for year 1; 4 weeks for year 2,
  • 10 paid holidays annually,
  • 401k company match 1:1 up to 3% of salary that the employee sets aside then 1:2 match for 4 or 5%.

We feel huge responsibility to succeed, to honor our triple bottom line commitments to people (our employees and their families, our Customers and residents of the communities where we do business), planet (Vermont’s beloved environment and the broader globe, given climate change) and profit (providing capital to grow, revenue to share among our employees, and a reasonable return to our investors). This is important work, and we have fun doing it.  Innovation is fun stuff.

We do it by celebrating creativity, cross-function collaboration, high energy, hard work, good play, deep networking and with the acknowledgement that we’ll each make mistakes and learn from them.  We know success.  We know fun.  Come do both with us. 


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Grassroots Solar Organizer

Location: Waterbury Office | Waterbury, VT | Marketing-res
Job Status: Full-Time

Job Description


SunCommon’s Grassroots Solar Organizers reach out into our communities, knocking on doors and representing SunCommon at community events, inviting Vermonters to make the switch to solar. One of the principles of our marketing program is that we don’t wait for the phone to ring – but share the good news of solar openly, assertively, genuinely. In doing so, we have dramatically increased the adoption rate of solar in our beloved state, have helped our neighbors take control of their energy spending, and are playing our role in tackling climate change.

SunCommon’s Organizing program – our Grassroots Organizers and Community Organizers – is the core of our marketing and outreach program.


  • Commitment to our purpose, with a contagious passion for this work
  • Demonstrated communication skills. Ideal candidate would have experience in message development.
  • Ability to work independently as part of a highly professional field operation, while regularly collaborating with colleagues across the marketing and sales program.
  • Effective time management and self-organization
  • Attention to detail
  • Able to work flexible hours
  • Goal-oriented. Ideal candidate would have demonstrated experience in a metrics-driven role.
  • Ideal candidate would have a working knowledge of solar technology and solar policy.