Rowley, MA Homeowners Eliminate Oil, Propane, and their Electric Bill

Bryan DiPersia, his wife Laura, and their young son are going all-in for electric. With a primary goal of eliminating their oil and propane usage alongside their carbon footprint, the DiPersias invested in a solar array for their home and in the process completely erased their electric bill from existence. Bryan is a mechanical engineer… Read more

How Do You Sell Your House? With Solar Power!

Most people who go solar plan to remain in the home they are in for a while. It’s the best way to take advantage of the years of free electricity their new solar array will generate once it is fully paid off. Staying in place is exactly what Joe Farjani and Laurel Millette did not… Read more

Tim and Jayne Barry Go Solar and Embrace “Solar Salute”

Leominster, MA — In the above video, US Air Force Veteran Tim Barry and his wife Jayne talk about their urban homesteading lifestyle and how a transition to solar enabled them to tackle rising electric rates. After transitioning to solar with ReVision Energy, they’re now looking into battery charging (a great deal for homeowners in… Read more

Barrett Miles Uses Solar Loan to Power his Energy Independence

Barrett Miles knew he wanted to go solar, but as a younger homeowner he didn’t have the upfront capital to do it. Luckily, a solar loan made it possible! Barrett and his fiancée moved into their first home, in Dover, NH, and with the help of ReVision Energy and Mosaic, an innovative company that makes… Read more

Split Rock Distills with Solar Power

To fulfill their vision of responsibly-produced organic spirits, and to attract new clients while inspiring existing fans, Split Rock Distilling is harnessing Maine’s abundant solar resource to power their gorgeous Newcastle tasting room and craft distillery. Split Rock Road Co-founders Matt Page and Topher Mallory named their passion project based on a fond aspect of… Read more

Migis Lodge is Powered By Sunshine

To attract new visitors and connect more deeply with their loyal guests, Migis Lodge on Sebago Lake is powering its cottages with 912 solar panels. Their solar array will greatly reduce Migis’ carbon footprint, saving them more than $800,000 over the lifetime of the system. “We’ve always felt like we had a responsibility for our… Read more

Methuen Homeowners Use Solar to Tame Electric and Gas Bills

When Stephen Tarquinio bought his parents’ house in Methuen, MA, he and his family needed to make some renovations to the split-level home in which he’d grown up. The upgrades included an in-law apartment for his mother Judy, while he, his wife Jenn, and their two young sons resided in the main house. Shortly thereafter… Read more