Upcoming Events

November 5, 2014

Heat Local – Kedel Pellet Boiler with 3 Ton Storage in South Portland

Date: Wed. Nov 5 6:00 pm to Wed. Nov 5 7:30 pm
Venue: 194 Walnut Street
South Portland, Maine

kedel-boiler Join ReVision Heat on Wednesday, November 5 from 6pm to 7:30pm for a Heat Local home tour at 194 Walnut St in South Portland! The tour will be at the Corbin Residence where you will have the chance to learn about their journey off fossil fuels. By switching to Kedel, the Corbin’s are poised to save over $1200 on their yearly home heating and domestic hot water costs while also reducing their carbon pollution by 90%. By transitioning to a local, renewable, and sustainable heating fuel, they are supporting Maine’s economy and lowering their carbon footprint.

Light dinner and fare from Verbena will be provided. ReVision Heat will be on hand to answer your questions and provide a tour of the their Kedel central heating system. RSVP by calling 207.221.5677 x2 or use our contact formto email us.

November 6, 2014

St. Mary’s Bank: Sustainability on Solid Foundations

Date: Thu. Nov 6 5:30 pm to Thu. Nov 6 9:00 pm
Venue: St. Mary's Bank
220 McGregor Street, Manchester, NH, 0303101
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Cost: $21/42


The November meeting will include a tour of the newest building to St Mary’s Bank in Manchester, a high performance sustainable corporate headquarters and branch bank, designed by Lavallee Brensinger Architects.

The project is still in the documentation process but striving for LEED Gold. The tour will include the Bank’s history and sustainable design considerations, including a high performance envelope, integrating a photovoltaic solar array installed by ReVision Energy, who will also be joining the tour to showcase this array.

A Presentation on Local Action, Conservation, and Solar Energy

Date: Thu. Nov 6 6:30 pm to Thu. Nov 6 8:00 pm
Venue: Minot Sleep Public Library
Phone: (603) 744-3352
35 Pleasant Street, Bristol, 03222
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Cost: Free


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Have you thought about solar hot water or solar electricity for your home or business? Well, this is a great place to begin!

Join us and the NLRA in hosting a Library Talk to detail everything you need to know to get started. This presentation is free and open to the public. Feel free to bring all your questions!

How much will a system cost?
Is my home or business a good site for solar?
How reliable are these systems?
What incentives are currently available?
What can I expect for a return on my investment?

Learn what thousands of New Englanders already know –
that solar systems are an affordable, reliable, and sensible investment!