Solar Financing Allows Homeowner to Benefit from Solar at No Upfront Cost

With an ideal south-facing roof on his Newburyport, MA home, Ian Gershuny started researching solar options in 2012, seeking to make both a sound environmental and economic investment. It wasn’t long before Ian’s 23 and 25-year-old sons Kyle and Josh got involved, researching companies in the area and trying to find out the best way… Read more

A Look at Nick LaVecchia’s Passive Solar Home

Recently ReVision Energy helped surf photographer Nick LaVecchia accomplish his goal of going green and living off of clean, renewable energy., a site devoted to adventure sports and outdoor lifestyles, took notice and featured his sustainable home on their site. This is what LaVecchia had to say, going into the process of building his own home… Read more

Solar Q&A with Homeowners Nate and Lauren Zike – Nottingham, NH

Tell us a little bit about yourself – how did you get interested in solar? Sustainable/renewable energy sources, along with efficiency have always interested us. We try to be environmentally conscious in our daily lives (recycling, litter pick-up, composting, eating locally). We first considered wind power, living up on a hill, but once we started… Read more

Danley Demolition in Fremont, NH: “Solar is great!”

For Lee and Rita Danley, solar has been a great way to expand their Fremont, NH based business… a company whose specialty is in taking things down. Danley Demolition, Inc. which they started together in 1993, is a full service removal company that serves residential clients, general contractors and municipalities in New Hampshire and Maine, and… Read more

Customer Q&A: Chance Meeting Leads to Sound Solar Investment

We’re grateful to work with some really wonderful customers! The following write-up is reprinted as it was sent to us by customers Peter and Jackie Hopkinson in Stratham, New Hampshire. We’re grateful for their business and for their willingness to share their story. BACKGROUND In 1997, my wife Jackie and I bought our home in… Read more

Solar Means Security for Norridgewock, ME Couple

On a long bend in the Kennebec River lies the town of Norridgewock, Maine, home to 3,300 residents and one of the last remaining shoe factories in the United States. Not too far from Main Street is the home of Bob and Kathy Hopkins, who have lived in their 18th century home for more than… Read more

Wildnauer Woodworking Walks the Walk

We caught up with Fred Wildnauer, a woodworker and solar customer in South Berwick, to talk about the value of adding solar to his business and the value of going solar both for economic and environmental reasons. RE: Tell us about yourself – What was your motivation for going solar? FW: I have a small custom… Read more

Q&A with Eloise Vitelli: “It was the perfect time for solar”

Former Maine State Senator Eloise Vitelli (Maine’s 19th District, Sagadahoc County & Environs) made a major contribution to the state’s solar future by sponsoring the legislation that called for Maine’s landmark “Value of Solar” study.  The bill became law, and the study found that solar was worth more than double what utilities currently compensate customers for it,… Read more

Solar Grows with Eastman’s Corner

The Farm at Eastman’s Corner is a cornerstone of community Back in the stagecoach days, the Eastman family of Kensington, NH had a crossroads tavern where locals and travelers mingled, enjoying the fruits of local life and good music.  After the tavern was torn down in 1911, the site was used and re-used several times, before going vacant.  This… Read more