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East Rochester, New Hampshire

East Rochester School is partially powered by the sun, thanks to a rooftop solar array recently installed by ReVision Energy. The $250,000 project was financed through SunRaise Investments at no upfront cost to the school district. Local investors will own and operate the array through a Power Purchase Agreement (PPA). The 86.8-kilowatt solar photovoltaic array became… Read more

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Town of Bar Harbor, Maine

73kw solar electric array installed for Town of Bar Harbor, Maine public works building, consisting of (288) Vikram 255-watt solar electric modules, driven by (2) SMA TL-24000 grid-tied solar electric inverters. Financed through a Power Purchase Agreement with ReVision Energy. Read more

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Town of Boothbay, Maine

111 kilowatts of clean, renewable solar electricity capacity installed on Town of Boothbay, Maine’s public works garage and fire station. Financed under a PPA arrangement whereby the town pays no money upfront to get the solar installed, and instead makes payments (below utility rate) for the solar-generated electricity. Read more

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Maine Audubon – Gilsland Farm

42.84kw solar electric array installed across several AllSun Solar Trackers installed at Maine Audubon’s Gilsland Farm campus in Falmouth, Maine.  Funded through a unique charitable power purchase agreement made possible by Moody Collision Centers. Read more

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City of Belfast – Fire Station – Belfast, ME

45.9kw solar electric array installed on fire station for the City of Belfast, Maine.  The perfect southern exposure of the fire station combined with a relatively high cost of power for the building made the solar array (financed undera  power-purchase agreement) a win-win for the City and its taxpayers. Read more

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York Middle School

Solar panels installed at the York Middle School (York, ME) offsets the electricity consumed by the school laptop program. The ribbon-cutting event for the project was attended by US Senator Angus King (I-ME). Read more