ReVision Energy Partners with Amicus Solar Cooperative and Amurtel to Bring Solar Outreach Systems to Puerto Rico

BRENTWOOD, NH: Local solar installer ReVision Energy is partnering with Amicus Solar Cooperative, a nationwide purchasing cooperative of solar energy companies, and Amurtel, a non-profit working in disaster relief, to build Solar Outreach Systems (SOS) to bring dozens of desperately needed portable solar energy systems to power storm-ravaged areas in Puerto Rico. Millions of Americans… Read more

York Hospital pursues solar project on Woodbridge Road

Via Seacoast Online, York Hospital president, Jud Knox, discusses the upcoming installation that will be completed by ReVision Energy: “As a major employer in the community, I think the hospital has a responsibility to be a good environmental citizen,” he said. “That’s what it means to me.” Plans call for two different types of solar… Read more

ReVision Energy is #1 in New England

Via Solar Power World, ReVision Energy is the #1 rooftop solar contractor in New England! Nationally, ReVision ranked 14th in the rooftop solar category, among nearly 150 contenders. During a year that saw the US solar market expand by double-digit gigawatts, ReVision also ranked 131st overall on the top 500 list, and is climbing higher every… Read more

Cheap hydro power from Canada not so cheap

Via the Portland Press Herald, Phil Coupe offers another view, countering LePage unofficial energy advisor James LaBrecque’s argument for expensive imported hydro power, relating this diversionary idea to Paul LePage’s anti-solar agenda: In a June 24 column attacking solar energy, James LaBrecque argues that importing hydro power would be cheaper than investing in local solar. Getting Canadian… Read more

Powerful Interests Shaping Fate of Maine Solar Industry

Via Maine Public, ReVision Energy founding partner Fortunat Mueller discussed the current legislative effort to halt the Maine PUC decision earlier this year: Fortunat Mueller is not a fan of a decision on solar energy that the Maine Public Utilities Commission made earlier this year. “It’s expensive, it’s largely unworkable and it’s probably illegal.” Mueller, one of the founding partners… Read more

The benefits of B Corp status

Via Mainebiz, ReVision Energy partners Phil Coupe and Fortunat Mueller discuss the strengths of earning a B Corp designation: ReVision Energy says it’s seen two main benefits from being a B Corp. One is that its employees like the designation and it helps the company retain them and attract high-caliber employees. It has 165 now… Read more

Barry Woods is all charged up about electric vehicles in Maine

Via the Portland Press Herald, ReVision Energy director of electric vehicle innovation Barry Woods was featured in his role advancing electric vehicle infrastructure in Maine: Despite low gasoline prices and America’s deepening love affair with small trucks and sport utility vehicles, ReVision sees a market opportunity. This year, carmakers are beginning to release a second generation… Read more

Old Port parking garage does double duty as solar farm

Via the Portland Press Herald, ReVision Energy managing partner Fortunat Mueller discussed the installation of a new canopy-array atop the parking garage at 425 Fore Street: “It’s a very popular thing to do on parking garages and surface parking lots in more mature solar markets,” Mueller said. “It’s wasted space up there over the top… Read more

ReVision Energy Appoints Dan Weeks as Director of Market Development

Brentwood, N.H. (March 6, 2017) — ReVision Energy, the industry leader in full-service renewable energy solutions for northern New England, today announced the appointment of Dan Weeks as Director of Market Development for New Hampshire and Massachusetts. Weeks brings more than a decade of organizational leadership and development experience across multiple sectors, serving most recently… Read more