In the News

ReVision Quoted in a Nat Geo Travel Feature!

Via National Geographic, ReVision’s James Manzer weighed in on the emergence of affordable battery storage and the challenges of incorporating it with nautical travel in a recent feature about solar-powered boats:  “Electric motors in boats are heavily dependent on storing enough energy to propel that craft where it needs to go for as long as… Read more

October 30, 2018

Awards & Accolades

ReVision Energy Team Recognized for Environmental Leadership

Via Portland Press Herald, ReVision Energy received an award for our environmental leadership. The Lewis Family Foundation presented its inaugural Alnoba Leadership Awards at Alnoba, the first passive house of its kind in New England, in Kensington, New Hampshire. ReVision’s leadership team of Phil Coupe, Bill Behrens, Fortunat Mueller and Dan Clapp accepted the award,… Read more

October 29, 2018

"Under the Sun" Solar Blog

The Maine Solar Voter Guide is Here!

The 2018 Mid-Term elections have huge implications for a range of issues, Solar Energy among them. In Maine, the stakes are high because solar policy has failed to advance in the state-house for 3 sessions because of a specific dynamic: a veto by the Governor, and then landing 1-2 votes shy of a veto-proof majority… Read more

October 15, 2018

Communities Going Solar

Solarize Lowell Kicks Off!

ReVision Energy was honored to win a competitive bidding process to become the preferred installer for Solarize Mass Plus Lowell, the latest Solarize program offered by the Mass CEC and Mass DOER. Solarize Lowell is our eighth Solarize program, and our first time executing on a group purchasing program in Massachusetts. Solarize programs nationwide are designed… Read more

October 11, 2018

Communities Going Solar

First Resident-Owned Community in New Hampshire Goes Solar

Via Granite Geek, Thanks to a combination of a grant, donated land, and social impact investors, a resident-owned mobile home community will save money on electricity bills with solar power. “The model developed for Mascoma Meadows, leveraging the cooperative structure and tax incentives, helps break some of the barriers to lower-income residents owning solar,” said Christa… Read more

October 6, 2018