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

Town of Derry, NH Installs Free Public EV Charging

Via The Eagle Tribune, ReVision Energy installed four charging stations that can accommodate all kinds of electric vehicles in downtown Derry, NH. “This is something that has been in the works for years,” said Public Works Director Michael Fowler at an earlier meeting, adding the prospect of bringing the electric chargers to town also piqued the… Read more

Historic Moment in New England Power Generation is Cause for Solar Celebration

Via Maine Public, April 21, 2018 marked the first time in New England that the daytime electricity demand was lower than the overnight demand, due to the ever-increasing presence of renewables on the utility grid. ReVision’s Steve Hinchman savored the significance of the moment: “You are seeing the promise of a distributed, renewable electric grid… Read more

Dartmouth Continues Toward 100% Renewable Power

Via The Dartmouth, Dartmouth College is having 8 new rooftop solar arrays installed by Revision Energy, adding to 3 existing installations. Sustainability Task Force co-chair Andrew Friedland discussed Darmouth College’s sustainability assessment, timeline for 100% renewable electricity, and upcoming plans for ground-mounted arrays: Friedland said that the report’s “biggest recommendation, because it’s the biggest part… Read more

Affordable Housing Units in Keene to Feature Solar Arrays

Keene, NH — An affordable housing property in the Monadnock region is moving closer toward its goal of converting to 100% renewable energy by 2035. Keene Housing (KH) is under contract with ReVision Energy to incorporate solar electricity at its Harper Acres property, enabling savings of hundreds of thousands of dollars in energy costs. Built in 1968,… Read more

Batteries Give the Grid-Tied Home Resilience in Power Outages

The increasing frequency of major storms has an increasing number of our customers looking at supplementing their grid-tied solar array with batteries. Modern battery systems are cost-competitive with home standby generators, with batteries offering some unique benefits such as being completely quiet, using ‘fuel’ from the sun, and needing less maintenance over the course of… Read more

NH Communities Unite to Cut Over 1 Million Pounds of Carbon Pollution

PORTSMOUTH, NH – Energize 360, a community initiative to help residents take control of their energy future and combat climate change, announced the results of its groundbreaking campaign to bring both solar and energy efficiency to families and businesses in the New Hampshire Seacoast. Spanning 15 cities and towns, Energize 360 was the largest “solarize”… Read more