Lebanon, NH Converts 25% to Solar with Multiple Arrays

As a major step towards accomplishing its sustainability goals, the City of Lebanon contracted ReVision to install eight solar arrays for the city. The Landfill Maintenance Building solar array pictured above was completed last fall, along with 6 others by the end of 2019. The City Hall array will be installed in 2020 when renovations are completed. Across… Read more

Cumberland Unveils Town’s Solar Field

Via News Center Maine: Another Maine town is taking strides towards fighting climate change. On Tuesday, the town of Cumberland unveiled its new solar field. There are 1,248 panels on the field, which is built on top of the town’s capped landfill. “Basically it was all municipal, solid waste, and it basically sat here dormant,”… Read more

ReVision Breaking New Ground with Solar Farm

At Good Will-Hinckley in Maine, ReVision crews are installing ground screws for a forthcoming solar farm to offset the municipal electric load for the Town of Freeport, ME. Good Will-Hinckley President and Executive Director Robert Moody shared, “The land was just a hay field, unused since our beginning in 1889. This is a great use of the… Read more

A Landowner’s Guide to Solar Leases

Maine’s solar policy recently became much friendlier to off-site solar farms, and now solar developers in Maine and across the country are looking for sites to build such farms. This offers a triple win for Maine’s economy – an economic opportunity for landowners, solar developers and their workers, and for the recipients of solar power… Read more

ReVision Energy Launches ‘Solar Up Andovers’ Neighborhood Discount Program

ReVision Energy’s North Andover location has launched a neighborhood discount program called Solar Up Andovers! Good for contracts signed from Oct 15, 2019 – Feb 29, 2020. The neighborhood discount is 5% off any solar energy system, as well as any related technology such as heat pumps, heat pump water heaters, EV chargers and batteries. All homes and… Read more

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