Peck Solar Installs the 6 kW array
"SunCommon launched 2 years ago with a mission to tear down the barriers to solar, making it easy and affordable for all Vermonter", said Duane Peterson, co-founder.
The installation took place on a brisk, yet sun-filled 20° day at the home of Stephen & Micki Woodruff, the 1000th SunCommon residential customer.
Speakers included James Moore, co-founder of SunCommon, Jeff Peck, President of Peck Electric, and Graham Rae, EcoFasten Solar Project Manager.
Peck Electric Solar Division handles all SunCommon installs, and this one was no different.
GreenFasten™, a patented watertight solar roof mount system from industry leader EcoFasten Solar plays an integral part in mounting the panels to the composition shingle roof.
Patricia Moulton, Secretary of the Vermont Agency of Commerce and Community Development also spoke, and noted that the solar industry is helping the state to become energy independent, has created many jobs, and has saved Vermont residents money.
Vermont holds the title as the state with the most solar jobs per capita.
The FCL model split-core current transformers have multiple benefits, including a flexible twisting motion for ease of application. Installing a split-core CT means there is no need to disconnect your primary conductor(s) which reduces downtime. Many customizations are available including extended secondary lead wire lengths, various outputs including 5A, 1A, 1VAC, and 0.333VAC, and custom rubber inserts to help center the CT and maintain accuracy. The FCL models can be used in applications up to 720VAC and have an operating frequency from 50Hz to 400Hz.