In the News, Schools & Nonprofits

Winthrop High School to Generate More Than 20,000 kw/hr of Energy Annually with Solar Electric

ReVision has commissioned our latest educational solar project – a 15.4kw grid-tied solar electric array installed on Winthrop High School, a system that will offset roughly 28,149lbs. of CO2 emissions annually. The project, which was funded in large part thanks to an Efficiency Maine Block Grant, will save the school more than $3,000 a year… Read more

July 20, 2010

Solar Power

Open house at Maine Coast Heritage Trust

Time: Thursday, July 15, 1PM – 2PM Location: Maine Coast Heritage Trust, 1049 Main Street in Somesville, ME (Map) Join ReVision Energy project manager John Luft on Thursday, July 15th from 1-2pm to learn about the grid-tied solar electric system installed at Maine Coast Heritage Trust’s LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) certified office… Read more

July 15, 2010

Solar Power

GreenDrinks at the Maine Green Building Supply

Time: Tuesday July 13, 5:30PM-7:30PM Location: 111 Fox Street, Portland, ME (Map) Maine Green Building Supply invites you to Portland GreenDrinks for July, held at their showroom and building supply store at 111 Fox Street, Portland. Portland GreenDrinks is part of the international Greendrinks network — an informal, volunteer-managed social networking group built around a… Read more

July 13, 2010

In the News

WMTW Showcases How Solar Incentives and Rebates Help Homeowners Go Green

WMTW (ABC affiliate in Portland and Lewiston, Maine) featured two of ReVision’s customers in a featured called Incentives, Rebates Help Homeowners Go Green.

They featured Terry McIlveen, a customer in Waterboro who has sliced his oil use in half thanks to a solar hot water and space heating system, and Deb McDonough, who has solar for domestic hot water and grid-tied electric (which locks in her electric rate locked in for 40+ years). Read more

July 13, 2010