ReVision Quoted in a Nat Geo Travel Feature!

Via National Geographic, ReVision’s James Manzer weighed in on the emergence of affordable battery storage and the challenges of incorporating it with nautical travel in a recent feature about solar-powered boats:  “Electric motors in boats are heavily dependent on storing enough energy to propel that craft where it needs to go for as long as… Read more

Tupelo Music Hall Goes 100% Solar

Derry, N.H. —  A public ribbon cutting is scheduled on October 16 at Tupelo Music Hall, a facility that is believed to be the first solar-powered venue of its kind in New England. The event will recognize Tupelo’s clean energy transition and will include remarks by local leaders. A 313-panel (100-kilowatt) rooftop solar array recently… Read more

Bucksport’s New Solar Array Will Save $400,000

Via Bangor Daily News, the town of Bucksport, ME worked with ReVision Energy to install a 79.8 kW solar array and LED lighting to offset their carbon footprint, and generate approximately $400,000 in savings over the life of the system. The town is designing another larger system with ReVision that will be installed next year…. Read more

ReVision Contributes Toward Homes for Heroes

Brentwood, NH — ReVision Energy is excited to announce a collaboration with the NH Partnership for Successful Living to provide Harbor Homes with a $100K grant toward the construction of new residences for veterans at Boulder Point in Plymouth, NH. Harbor Homes is a New Hampshire nonprofit leading the effort to end homelessness in the… Read more

Solar Power to Help Provide 50K Meals Annually to the Lawrence Community

Via The Valley Patriot, Bread & Roses, a nonprofit community kitchen in Lawrence, MA, recently had solar installed by ReVision Energy. The project will generate approximately 23,000 kilowatt-hours per year. Bread & Roses has been providing meals to Lawrence and surrounding communities since 1980. On average, they serve 200 hot meals five nights per week to… Read more

Beach to Beacon Taps Solar Generator Built by Two Maine Companies

Via Mainebiz, ReVision Energy and Pika Energy collaborated on the latest Solar Outreach System trailer that will be delivered to Puerto Rico as a part of the relief effort.  As an expected 6,500 runners navigate Saturday’s TD Beach to Beacon 10K Road Race, a solar generator built by two Maine companies will be powering operations… Read more

Keene, NH Committee Backs Plan for Solar Array at City Complex

Via Sentinel Source, the Keene, NH City Council’s Finance, Organization and Personnel Committee voted unanimously to move forward with a municipal solar array installed by ReVision Energy, hopefully by the end of 2018. The PPA project will save Keene an estimated $13,500 annually: “We’re always looking to reduce expenses in the city,” Watson said before… Read more

Solar Plus Complementary Technologies Leads to an Economical, Sustainable Grid

Via MEREDA, The Maine Real Estate & Development Association recently published an article by ReVision Energy’s Fred Greenhalgh that outlines the case for strategic electrification: Converting to a 100% renewable electricity-powered world. A smarter grid’s strength is its positive influence on our environment, and its ability to maximize the economic incentives of renewable energy. A… Read more

Dover, NH Approves Two New Solar Projects for City Buildings

Via Fosters.com,  Two solar arrays were unanimously approved by Dover City Council on Wednesday, July 12th. Both projects will come with no upfront cost, through a Power Purchase Agreement with ReVision Energy. The larger of the two projects will be built on the new Dover High School & Career Technical Center: The proposed system is… Read more