The PUC's rule-change is bad for Maine ratepayers, bad for Maine consumers, bad for Maine's solar industry.

Legislation & Policy

Maine Legislature Must Vote to Fix Maine PUC’s Anti-Solar, Anti-Ratepayer Rule Change

Maine’s solar policy debate will come to head very soon, when lawmakers will be voting on LD1504, An Act Regarding Solar Power for Farms and Businesses. LD1504 (a Republican sponsored bill) would fix the Maine PUC’s disastrous solar net metering ruling. The PUC ruling, if allowed to take effect, would create an unheard-of tax on behind-the-meter solar generation… Read more

June 21, 2017

"Under the Sun" Solar Blog

Innovative Intern Joins ReVision

ReVision’s Brentwood, NH office is happy to announce our latest addition, Tia Floyd! Tia is a University of New Hampshire student who was selected for the Social Innovation Internship program. Tia is going into her junior year with a dual major in Communications and EcoGastronomy. The EcoGastronomy major integrates sustainable agriculture, hospitality management, and nutrition…. Read more

June 21, 2017

In the News

Powerful Interests Shaping Fate of Maine Solar Industry

Via Maine Public, ReVision Energy founding partner Fortunat Mueller discussed the current legislative effort to halt the Maine PUC decision earlier this year: Fortunat Mueller is not a fan of a decision on solar energy that the Maine Public Utilities Commission made earlier this year. “It’s expensive, it’s largely unworkable and it’s probably illegal.” Mueller, one of the founding partners… Read more

June 16, 2017

Fortunat Mueller, left, and Phil Coupe, co-founders of ReVision Energy, in Portland. A 2017 Chevrolet Bolt, left, and a 2017 Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid charge in the background. They say B Corp status helps attract and retain employees. Photo Courtesy Mainebiz.

In the News

The benefits of B Corp status

Via Mainebiz, ReVision Energy partners Phil Coupe and Fortunat Mueller discuss the strengths of earning a B Corp designation: ReVision Energy says it’s seen two main benefits from being a B Corp. One is that its employees like the designation and it helps the company retain them and attract high-caliber employees. It has 165 now… Read more

June 12, 2017