Residential Projects

GO Logic’s GO Home – The First Passive Home in Maine

The GO Home in Belfast, Maine is slated to be the first “Passive House” in Maine. ReVision designed and installed the solar electric and solar hot water systems. The GO Home was designed as a solution to the high fossil fuel energy consumption of many Maine homes, which generally require large amounts of fuel to heat due to inefficient building techniques, drafts, and poor insulation. Read more

September 9, 2010

In the News, Solar At Work

Aqua Maine Solar Systems to Save $210,000 in Electricity

Aqua Maine’s new water treatment facility in Rockport uses solar hot water and solar electric systems which will work together to provide over 80,000 kw/hr of energy each year. The Free Press, today featured our recent project with the Camden and Rockland Division of Aqua Maine. The new $7.2 million wastewater treatment facility in Mirror… Read more

September 7, 2010

Solar Power

Now is the Ideal Time for Solar, Says Deerfield, NH Customer

This 3.2kw solar electric system will offset roughly 6,603 lbs of C02 annually. That’s the equivalent of planting 33 trees or reducing 12,000 miles of car travel. For Maureen Quinn, energy efficiency and conservation is a key part of owning a home. She had been thinking about solar for years, but the generous state and… Read more

September 2, 2010

Solar Power

Maine Chapter of USGBC Presents Green Eggs: Green Schools

Time: Wednesday, September 1, 7:30AM – 9:00AM Location: Maine Audubon’s Gilsland Farm Educational Center, 20 Gilsland Farm Road (directly off Route One), Falmouth, Maine (Map) What do the design features of a building tell us about the building’s relationship to nature or natural systems? Children learn about their relationship to ecological systems and to sustainable… Read more

September 1, 2010

In the News, Legislation & Policy

New Hampshire Solar Ups and Downs – Cut to Residential Rebate Proposed, Commercial Rebates Introduced

New Hampshire is becoming a renewable energy leader in the Northeast thanks to increasingly progressive energy policies and generous incentives for solar installations. Homeowners have been able to enjoy a $3/watt system rebate up to $6,000, which takes a big bite out of the cost of a solar electric system and brings the ‘simple’ return… Read more

August 30, 2010