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Solar: Proven Technology for Business

At ReVision Energy, we know your solar energy system, and complementary technologies like heat pumps, battery backup and electric vehicle charging, must be as robust and reliable as the traditional mechanical systems used at your business.

That’s why every project we build is designed by our experienced engineers and installed by our team of in-house licensed professional technicians.

 

What Customers Say

“Your team did a very professional job from start to finish. The system is performing exactly as advertised.  We hope to use your services again in the future.”

– Stan Bennet, Owner, Oakhurst Dairy

Apartment / Housing Projects

Hospitality and Restaurant Projects

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Gritty’s Solar – Freeport, Maine

Flat plate solar hot water collector system installed for Gritty McDuff’s in Freeport, Maine.  Restaurant and bar use free hot water from the sun when enough is available, otherwise the solar acts as a pre-heat for propane fired hot water. Read more

Manufacturing Projects

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Wire Belt Co. of America – Londonderry, New Hampshire

51.15kw solar energy installed for Wire Belt Co. of America in Londonderry, New Hampshire by ReVision Energy. Wire Belt Company of America manufactures customized conveyor belts, mostly for the food industry, and is committed to eventually offsetting 100% of it’s energy usage with clean, renewable sources. www.wirebelt.com Read more

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GrandyOats – Hiram, Maine

An 80.64kW solar energy system installed for Grandy Oats in Hiram, Maine. GrandyOats is an organic foods company provided certified organic and kosher foods including granolas, trail mix, roasted nuts, hot cereal and more. Their new facility will be Maine’s first 100% solar-powered net zero food production facility, encompassing all areas of the facility from… Read more

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Pika Energy – Westbrook, Maine

Our partnership efforts with Pika Energy continue, the latest installment being the installation of an 8-panel PV array on their renewable tech manufacturing facility in Westbrook. In addition to supplying power, the PV array will be used to test out Pika’s next-generation power electronics, such as a rapid shutdown-compliant solar string optimizer and a Tesla PowerWall-ready… Read more

Municipal Solar Projects

Retail Solar Projects

Solar Projects for Schools

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