Habitat for Humanity Solar Hot Water

Schools & Nonprofits

Habitat For Humanity Builds “Green” Home

ReVision Energy recently completed the installation of a solar hot water and high efficiency gas boiler for a new Portland home through Habitat for Humanity of Greater Portland. ReVision Energy and its purveyors provided the Habitat project with all parts and materials needed for this Demerest Street project. The staff from ReVision Energy donated their… Read more

January 20, 2009

Residential Projects

New York Times Takes Notice of BrightBuilt Barn

BrightBuilt Barn located in Rockport, Maine is a super insulated energy efficient prefabricated house designed by Kaplan Thompson Architects, a Portland based firm. This home was created to be net zero, meaning it will be relying on its energy supply from renewable energy resources. The building is connected to the grid but is designed to… Read more

January 19, 2009

In the News

Shelter first in state to run on renewable energy

The Portland Press Herald reports on new renewable energy systems for the York County Shelter Programs in Alfred, Maine: Formerly homeless residents have begun moving into the first shelter facility in Maine to get most of its heat and half its electricity from renewable energy sources. Vinton Hall is an eight-unit building next to the… Read more

November 20, 2008

In the News

Habitat For Humanity Builds “Green” Home

WCSH Channel 6 in Portland reports on our project for the Habitat for Humanity: Habitat For Humanity has taken a big step forward in building its first ever LEED certified home. Homes that are LEED certified meet strict standards for environmentally friendly design and energy efficiency. Revision Energy installed a solar hot water system on… Read more

November 1, 2008