ReVision Energy Launches Fund to Help Nonprofits Tap Solar Energy

Via MaineBiz and B the Change: ReVision is pioneering in the world of solar impact investing, installing equipment at no cost for schools, nonprofits and municipalities and providing a modest reward for investors interested in accelerating the clean energy economy. Co-founder Phil Coupe explained to MaineBiz: “Our ‘impact investing’ approach is designed to appeal to investors… Read more

ReVision Contributes Toward Homes for Heroes

Brentwood, NH — ReVision Energy is excited to announce a collaboration with the NH Partnership for Successful Living to provide Harbor Homes with a $100K grant toward the construction of new residences for veterans at Boulder Point in Plymouth, NH. Harbor Homes is a New Hampshire nonprofit leading the effort to end homelessness in the… Read more

Beach to Beacon Taps Solar Generator Built by Two Maine Companies

Via Mainebiz, ReVision Energy and Pika Energy collaborated on the latest Solar Outreach System trailer that will be delivered to Puerto Rico as a part of the relief effort.  As an expected 6,500 runners navigate Saturday’s TD Beach to Beacon 10K Road Race, a solar generator built by two Maine companies will be powering operations… Read more

#BtheChange: Chris Pamboukes Pedaled for Power at the Cross Roads House

In the summer of 2014, ReVision electrician Chris Pamboukes teamed up with Josh Andrews to raise money for the installation of a solar array at Cross Roads House of Portsmouth, NH.   Chris began volunteering with Cross Roads House in 2004 as a high school student, through a tutoring program called “Students Helping Students in Need.”… Read more

Power Purchase Agreements Unlock Powerful Savings for Small Towns

Beaches, rugged coastline, lakes, streams, ponds, vast tracts of public forests and mountains – life in New England is pretty idyllic… Except for our high electric rates. One of the few downsides of life in New England is facing some of the most expensive electric rates in the country. A combination of a relatively low population… Read more

#BtheChange: Gifford Jenkins-Davis Goes Extra Mile to “Power On Puerto Rico”

After Hurricane Maria devastated Puerto Rico, ReVision joined the “Power On Puerto Rico” relief project to help provide storm-ravaged communities with access to power, clean drinking water and lighting. Led by a partnership between the global disaster relief organization Amurtel and the nationwide solar co-op Amicus Solar, of which ReVision is a founding member, the… Read more

#BtheChange: Dan Weeks and the Nashua Soup Kitchen & Shelter

Dan Weeks started volunteering with the Nashua Soup Kitchen & Shelter (NSKS) when he moved to Nashua 4.5 years ago, joining the Monday breakfast shift and organizing a spring volunteer day with his alma mater. He’s been a regular ever since. Once Dan joined ReVision as Director of Market Development, he started thinking about his favorite nonprofits… Read more

#BtheChange: Eric Zulaski and His Many Hats

ReVision is proud to be a Certified B Corp, a business that has been independently verified to meet rigorous standards of social and environmental performance, accountability, and transparency. But B Corps are more than just a certification – they are part of an international movement to demonstrate that businesses can be an instrument of positive… Read more