Founded in 2011 on the principles of teamwork and trust, Green Lantern Solar is committed to delivering a clean energy future.
We provide sustainable energy access to businesses, educational institutions, towns and municipalities throughout the U.S. Our specialized approach to successfully completing commercial and community solar projects is rooted in our commitment to creating a localized green economy, new sustainable jobs and a lasting impact on the communities we serve.
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At Green Lantern Solar, we help communities preserve their land while generating sustainable energy locally. We ensure our solar installations are set back from roads, minimize construction waste and help farmers generate additional revenue to keep their farms in operation.
In The News
Green Lantern Solar Adds New Director of Development to Expand Company’s Commercial and Grid-scale Solar Development Footprint in the Northeast and Midwest
Leading renewable energy development and finance company focusing on commercial solar and energy storage systems, today announced it has added Jordan Betts as the Director of Development.
Green Lantern Solar Completes Project Saving Multiple Vermont Businesses, a Retirement Home and Two Public Schools Thousands in Electricity Costs
Waterbury, VT—May 18, 2022 – A newly commissioned 500kW solar project from Green Lantern Solar, a leading renewable energy development and finance company focusing on commercial solar and energy storage systems, will bring thousands in clean energy savings to a local retirement community, Kingdom East Schools and the Village of Poultney in Weathersfield, VT.
Green Lantern Solar Sponsors Vermont High School Nordic Ski Champion in Canadian Nationals & US Super Tour Finals
18-year-old Waterbury, VT native, Ava Thurston competes with some of the Worlds best in Canada this week