Hanover, Lebanon Celebrate Solar in Push Toward Renewable Energy

Via Valley News: On Thursday, August 22nd, a ribbon-cutting ceremony was held in Hanover to celebrate recently-installed solar arrays on the Town Hall and water treatment plant: Combined, the town expects the 270 grid-tied panels to generate more than 85 kilowatts of electricity a year, toward its goal of running on 100% renewable energy by 2050. “The… Read more

Solar Ribbon Cutting to Focus on Hanover Municipal Projects

Hanover, N.H. — A solar ribbon-cutting is scheduled on August 22 to highlight the Town of Hanover’s efforts to transition away from fossil fuels. The event will start at 4 p.m. outside Town Hall at 41 South Main Street in Hanover. A 16.64-kilowatt, grid-tied solar array recently installed on the roof of Hanover Town Hall… Read more

Watch: What Maine’s New Solar Bill Means for Municipalities

Solar energy offers municipalities the opportunity to reduce long-term energy costs and carbon pollution – now with the passage of Maine’s new solar bill (LD 1711), solar is more financially attractive than ever. ReVision’s Fortunat Mueller had a conversation about what this new bill entails with Julie Rosenbach of the City of South Portland –… Read more

Community Project to Help Local Farmers Harvest the Sun

Via Sentinel Source: Farmers in the Monadnock Region could soon harness the power of the sun — for more than growing crops. Plans are in the works for a community-supported solar energy project on Sun Moon Farm in Rindge. The 95-kilowatt array would produce far more power than the farm needs, so the idea is… Read more

Food Pantry Seeks Your Financial Support to Go Solar

The Biddeford Food Pantry – the oldest food pantry in Maine – is truly a community supported project. Everyone is invested in its success – from Stephen King, who purchased a big box truck for the Pantry, to the local students who created the mosaic tile sign in art class, to the dozens of volunteers… Read more

Hanover Projects Reinforce Town’s Clean Energy Commitment

Hanover, N.H. — A 16.64-kilowatt rooftop solar array recently installed at Hanover Town Hall is demonstrating the municipality’s commitment to transition from fossil fuels to renewable energy. The grid-tied system includes 52 solar panels and will generate approximately 17,000 hours of clean energy each year. The array will offset 9 tons of carbon pollution annually,… Read more

Solar Power Gives Old Orchard Beach Visitors Another Way to Enjoy the Sun

For more than 170 years, the combination of a vast sand beach, beautiful accommodations, and lively entertainment has made Old Orchard Beach (O.O.B.) Maine’s #1 beach destination. Now, visitors can enjoy the sun in a new way: the Chamber of Commerce and Paradise Park Resort partnered with ReVision Energy to transition to solar power. Mike… Read more

Keene Mayor to Celebrate City’s Clean Energy Transition

A ribbon cutting on Monday afternoon will commemorate the installation of one of the state’s largest solar arrays. The project will save the City of Keene millions of dollars while generating enough power to offset the electric load of nearly 100 homes. The array includes 2,010 solar panels on the rooftops of the Keene Ice center… Read more

ReVision Energy Selected for Solarize Monadnock Program

ReVision Energy is pleased to announced we have been chosen to be the installer of choice for five New Hampshire towns in Solarize Monadnock. From March 13th – June 30th, 2019, homeowners and business-owners in the towns of Peterborough, Hancock, Sharon, Rindge, and Fitzwilliam, NH will be eligible for group discounts on solar projects. Solarize… Read more