Solar Showcase

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2nd Annual



Now is the time to start investing in clean renewable solar energy. Vermont has installed 224.4 MW in solar energy, over 41,000 households have installed solar, and solar makes up 11.14% of the State’s Electricity!

Join the Sustainable Woodstock Energy  Action and Transportation Group for our 2nd annual “Solar Showcase,” on Saturday August 10th on the Green in Woodstock, VT to learn about how you can go solar.

  • Sign up before the 30% federal tax credit runs out
  • Enter into a raffle to win some fun and practical solar powered electronics!
  • Meet with solar installers from across the state
  • Discuss the benefits of going solar
  • Sign up for a FREE solar site visit

Enter a raffle of solar powered prizes!

Eton Rugged Rukus Rechargeable & Solar Powered Wireless Bluetooth Sound System & Smartphone Charger

CHOETECH Solar Charger, 14W Solar Panel Phone Charger Waterproof Foldable Camping Charger Compatible iPhone Xs Max/XS/X/8, Galaxy S10/S10+, Other Smartphones, iPad, Camera, Bluetooth Speaker and More

SUNKINGDOM Solar Power Backpack Waterproof Anti-Theft Fast Charging Camping & Hiking Daypack with Highest Solar Panel Charger for Smart Cell Phones and Tablets, GPS, Powerbank, Bluetooth Speakers

Secur Dynamo 8 Lumen Solar Waterproof LED Rechargeable Flashlight

Lattis Ellipse Keyless Smart Solar Bike Lock with Theft Detection

Solar Wholesale Radio Remote Control Solar Car




Taste Of Woodstock 2017

Taste Of Woodstock


The Solar showcase coincides with The Woodstock Chamber of Commerce’s annual “Taste of Woodstock” event, Woodstock’s Annual street festival,  with over 50 vendors on Elm St, food, crafts, art,children’s activities, live music, beer, and wine. Fun time for all! Come stop by the Green before or after visiting the Taste of Woodstock.


10 August 2019 10:00am to 9:00pm


Woodstock Area Chamber of Commerce
Phone:  802-457-3555

Elm St
WoodstockVT 05091
United States

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Here are some other fun facts about solar;

  • According to the Solar Energy Industries Association, prices of solar have dropped by 60% over the last decade
  • Solar saves homeowners a conservative estimate of 10% to 30% on electricity
  • A study by University of California’s Berkeley Lab found solar panels also increase property value, by as much as $15,000.


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