A new partnership with Granite State Solar will bring the innovative Vermont-made AllEarth Solar Tracker solar electric system to homeowners and businesses throughout New Hampshire. The first AllEarth Solar Tracker installed by Granite State Solar was commissioned last month and the local company has other solar tracker projects near completion.
With offices in Boscawen, N.H., Granite State Solar is a renewable energy company that provides full service solar engineering, design, installation and equipment services for homes, businesses, municipal buildings and nonprofits.
Designed and manufactured in Williston, Vt., AllEarth Solar Trackers use innovative GPS and wireless technology to follow the sun throughout the day to boost solar energy production by up to 45 percent over roof-top installations. The ground-mounted solar systems are designed for homes, businesses, non-profits, and commercial-scale installations.
A single 6 kW solar tracker will produce enough to power for an average New Hampshire home.
“We are committed to meeting our growing customers’ needs and the AllEarth Solar Tracker is an excellent addition to our installation options. More and more people are excited about creating their own source of energy and with the tracker they can optimize their production and get fantastic return on investment,” said Erik Shifflett, co-owner at Granite State Solar.
“We are excited to be partnering with the team at Granite State Solar. Designed to produce more energy from the sun, our trackers make solar practical and affordable for homeowners and businesses, boosting their return on investment,” said David Blittersdorf, president and CEO of AllEarth Renewables.
AllEarth Renewables, a 2012 Inc 500 company for fastest growing businesses, has designed, manufactured, and installed over 3,000 complete grid-connected solar tracker systems.
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