In the News

Wolfe’s Neck Center Raises Solar-Powered Barns

Via Wolfe’s Neck Center for Agriculture and the Environment: The upcoming spring sunshine will mean much more at Wolfe’s Neck Center this year. This March began the installation of two large solar projects on the campus: one at the site of the new organic dairy facility and the other on the Pote Barn, which was… Read more

April 1, 2019


ReVision Energy Re-Certifies as B Corp, Reaffirming Commitment to Business as Power for Good

“Conscious-capitalism” is more than a buzzword today, as consumers gravitate toward businesses committed to having a positive social and environmental impact. To that end, mission-driven and employee-owned solar installer ReVision Energy is proud to announce their B Corp re-certification, beating their 2015 score by 30 points and putting the company among the highest class of… Read more

March 29, 2019

Customer Profiles

Split Rock Distills with Solar Power

To fulfill their vision of responsibly-produced organic spirits, and to attract new clients while inspiring existing fans, Split Rock Distilling is harnessing Maine’s abundant solar resource to power their gorgeous Newcastle tasting room and craft distillery. Split Rock Road Co-founders Matt Page and Topher Mallory named their passion project based on a fond aspect of… Read more

March 28, 2019

Customer Profiles

Migis Lodge is Powered By Sunshine

To attract new visitors and connect more deeply with their loyal guests, Migis Lodge on Sebago Lake is powering its cottages with 912 solar panels. Their solar array will greatly reduce Migis’ carbon footprint, saving them more than $800,000 over the lifetime of the system. “We’ve always felt like we had a responsibility for our… Read more

March 26, 2019

In the News

Limestone Already Seeing Huge Solar Savings

Via The County, the 1,728 panel solar array ReVision installed in Limestone, Maine this winter is producing electricity above expectations. The PPA project was funded upfront through ReVision by Aligned Climate Capital, allowing ratepayers to begin saving immediately: The Water and Sewer District, a quasi-municipal entity based in Limestone, already has saved more than $3,000… Read more

March 19, 2019