Deerfield Shoemaker Barn Array - Solar NH

In the News

Sunshine and Shoemaking: Local Craftsmen Choose Solar

Exeter, NH (February 10, 2016) — Perched on the rooftop of a picturesque old barn, Rob and Barbara Mathews’ Suniva solar panels are churning out an estimated 9,878 kilowatt hours of solar energy each year. The Mathews’ recent solar investment with ReVision Energy powers their home and workshop in Deerfield, New Hampshire, where they make… Read more

February 10, 2016

MacDowell Colony Solar

In the News

Nation’s First Artist Residency Program Adopts Solar Power

PETERBOROUGH, NH (January 28, 2016) — A new half-acre array of solar panels at The MacDowell Colony has begun offsetting 74 percent of the 450-acre property’s electrical needs each year. The project is a major move forward for the nation’s first artist residency program as it continues efforts to improve efficiency in its buildings and… Read more

February 4, 2016

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Amicus Solar Members Chime In

Solar 2016 – Trends and New Opportunities

With the close of 2015 and the unexpected extension of the Solar Investment Tax Credit, US Solar companies can now look toward 2016 with a stable marketplace within which to operate. The US Solar economy continues to enjoy unprecedented growth, providing employment for over 200,000 solar workers and achieving a  total installed capacity of over… Read more

January 30, 2016

net metering debate new hampshire

Legislation & Policy

Despite Solar Policy Uncertainty in NH, ReVision Energy Continues Commitment to Clean Energy Transition

In response to New Hampshire’s largest utilities hitting solar net metering caps, local installer ReVision Energy has re-affirmed our commitment to the New Hampshire market. “Rapid advances in solar technology and the increasing cost of maintaining an outdated electric grid make it clear that solar will be a significant part of a 21st century grid,” said… Read more

January 25, 2016

Orr's Island - Solar PV Project

Legislation & Policy

Do REC Sales Mean a Solar Project Isn’t ‘Green’?

A recent AP story called attention to the Vermont’s Attorney General recent warning to solar farm developers in Vermont that the sale of Renewable Energy Credits (RECs) generated by a solar farm transfers its “green” benefits to the buyer of the REC – meaning that the developer cannot legally also advertise those same benefits to consumers looking to… Read more

January 21, 2016