ReVision Staffers Walk the Walk

When Kimry Corrette invited ReVision Energy to her home for a site evaluation in August of 2012, she hardly thought it would lead to not just a solar energy installation in her home, but a new career in the solar industry. Kimry and her husband, Corey, have lived in their passive solar house on the… Read more

Camden Homeowners Connect the Dots on Climate Change

Anita Brosius-Scott stands next to her PV array to help Connect the Dots on Climate Change. Her home is now a net-producer of electricity each year. The road to a more sustainable future happens one home at a time, and for Anita Brosius-Scott and Geoff Scott, that meant installing a solar photovoltaic system that would… Read more

Solar Electric Vehicle Exceeds 100 Miles Per Gallon; Zero Emissions

Since we first started talking about electric vehicles, several ReVision Energy customers have gone on to purchase electric cars. So, we eagerly asked the question: How well does your solar array complement your electric vehicle charging? According to Evan Sohm of Londonderry, NH – solar works GREAT with his electric car (a Chevy Volt). Here’s… Read more

Solar Power Gets Homeowner Closer to Carbon-Free House

Since the 70s, Hilary Clark has dreamed of producing her own power and being both lighter on the planet and independent from the utilities. So when she had a chance to build her own home in the early 90s, she jumped at a chance to implement several sustainable technologies – super insulation, a masonry heater,… Read more

Massachusetts Homeowner Saves Money By Switching to Solar

When Ray and Joann Whitley installed a geothermal heating system in their Salisbury, Massachusetts home two years ago, they were thrilled to eliminate the cost of heating oil from their budget. “While our electric bill did go up because the geothermal back up is an electric fan, it only went up about a third of… Read more

Meg Simone’s Solar Project “Greens” in the New Year

Meg Simone is known for creating timeless wedding films at New England’s most gorgeous destinations. Her home post-production studio is where precious moments come to be – thanks to a fair amount of electricity! Making her operation a little greener this year is a pole-mounted 3.7kw photovoltaic sstem installed be ReVision Energy just in time… Read more

Solar Hot Water and Electricity are Sound Investment for Edgecomb Retirees

When Bill Babb and his wife Barbara retired from their jobs as school teachers, controlling monthly costs was an important way to maintain the good life. Investing in financial markets looked shaky, and they wanted to see something positive result from their efforts. After seeing a presentation by a former student, Hans Albee, they started… Read more

Unity Professor Leverages PACE Loan to Make Power From the Sun

For Cheryl Frederick, Assistant Professor of Captive Wildlife Care and Education at Unity College, the tipping point for energy came this past semester when she had a guest lecturer in her classroom talk about coal. “There is nothing clean about coal,” she remembers, “And our environment is in crisis. I thought – I need to… Read more

Solar Thermal is Hot in New Hampshire

A strong state rebate for solar hot water and high oil prices have lead to a huge demand for solar hot water systems in New Hampshire. We’ve been all around the Granite State – from Seacoast to the Massachusetts border, up to Lakes Region and nearly to Vermont. Below are some examples of recent work… Read more