One of the tenants in the Williston commercial real estate market is AllEarth Renewables. Business is booming in the clean energy market and this company requires a 32,900SF facility to house their solar manufacturing operation. They are quickly gaining a reputation as a serious player in the renewable energy sector and have been one of the fastest growing companies in the region.
AllEarth Renewables is adept at navigating the commercial real estate market and completed the largest solar farm in Vermont back in 2011. Located on Dubois Drive in South Burlington, the farm is capable of producing 2.1 megawatts of electricity between 382 AllSun Trackers, which translates into nearly $1 million worth of energy per year. They’ve just completed a second 2.2MW project across the road. Since locating at the Williston space, the company has provided solar energy for local institutions including the University of Vermont, Middlebury College, the State of Vermont, the Vermont National Guard, the towns of Williston, Rutland, Starksboro, and Hinesburg, as well as prominent businesses including Concept2, Cold Hollow Cider, Small Dog Electronics, Gardener’s Supply, Champlain Orchards, Green Mountain Power, among others. An aerial view of the solar farm on Dubois Drive is pictured below.
AllEarth is now actively engaged in dealer partnerships across the country to install their AllSun Trackers for residential and commercial customers. Omega Real Estate Associates Inc is pleased to be helping AllEarth Renewables with all of their commercial real estate needs. For more information visit their website at www.allearthrenewables.com or stop by their offices at 94 Harvest Lane in Williston.