Solar Array at Children’s Museum Result of Energy Initiative Donation

Dover, N.H. — An energy efficiency and renewable energy initiative launched in 2017 continues to pay dividends for Seacoast communities. Fifteen municipalities participated in last year’s Energize 360 campaign, a grassroots effort aimed at reducing energy use and transitioning to renewable energy, which also included promises by selected vendors ReVision Energy and Yankee Thermal Imaging… Read more

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

Solarize Lowell Kicks Off!

ReVision Energy was honored to win a competitive bidding process to become the preferred installer for Solarize Mass Plus Lowell, the latest Solarize program offered by the Mass CEC and Mass DOER. Solarize Lowell is our eighth Solarize program, and our first time executing on a group purchasing program in Massachusetts. Solarize programs nationwide are designed… Read more

First Resident-Owned Community in New Hampshire Goes Solar

Via Granite Geek, Thanks to a combination of a grant, donated land, and social impact investors, a resident-owned mobile home community will save money on electricity bills with solar power. “The model developed for Mascoma Meadows, leveraging the cooperative structure and tax incentives, helps break some of the barriers to lower-income residents owning solar,” said Christa… Read more

Solar Energy to Save Claremont Taxpayers Nearly $1M

Claremont, NH — A recent public ribbon cutting and tour showcased a solar array installed near the wastewater treatment plant in Claremont. The project is a key feature of the city’s multi-year plan to cuts costs and reduce environmental impacts. Last year, the Claremont City Council approved funding for the solar array, which has no… 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

Solar Empowers Transition to Oil-Free Home

When Robert and Kathleen Flory bought a lovely home with property along the Damariscotta River in Maine in 1994, they were thrilled to finally move to the place that was very special to them. They both had dreamt of calling Maine home for a long time – Robert since the 1960s when he worked as… Read more

The “Sustain Maine” License Plates Have Arrived!

Interested in supporting community energy initiatives? Check out the efforts of the student-led initiative behind the “Sustain Maine” license plate. They seek to advance community energy in Maine by raising awareness and striving to establish a specialty license plate that would raise funds for Maine community energy projects. Check out their project, pre-order your plate and… Read more

Camden Joins Midcoast Solar Movement

The Town of Camden’s first municipal solar photovoltaic array began generating power on January 3 at noon. The 122.85 kW array is anticipated to offset an estimated 159,000-kilowatt hours of electrical energy used by the Town per year. ReVision Energy’s Liberty branch crew braved frigid temperatures late in December to help complete ReVision’s installation by… Read more

ReVision Energy Joins PAREI in Bringing Solar to Low Income Homeowners

ReVision Energy is proud to support a new initiative by the Plymouth Area Renewable Energy Initiative (PAREI) called NH Solar Shares, which aims to bring the benefits of solar power to low income families in the Plymouth, NH region.   Due to the way traditional rooftop solar works (you need to own your home and have… Read more