First Day of Solar-Powered School for Mt. Ararat High

Mt. Ararat High School started classes this past week, with two major changes in store for students: they are attending in a hybrid format due to COVID-19, so only half of the population is there at a time, and they are taking classes in an entirely new, solar-powered school building. Mt. Ararat, which serves students… Read more

Dartmouth Continues Toward 100% Renewable Power

Via The Dartmouth, Dartmouth College is having 8 new rooftop solar arrays installed by Revision Energy, adding to 3 existing installations. Sustainability Task Force co-chair Andrew Friedland discussed Darmouth College’s sustainability assessment, timeline for 100% renewable electricity, and upcoming plans for ground-mounted arrays: Friedland said that the report’s “biggest recommendation, because it’s the biggest part… Read more

#BtheChange: Dan Weeks and the Nashua Soup Kitchen & Shelter

Dan Weeks started volunteering with the Nashua Soup Kitchen & Shelter (NSKS) when he moved to Nashua 4.5 years ago, joining the Monday breakfast shift and organizing a spring volunteer day with his alma mater. He’s been a regular ever since. Once Dan joined ReVision as Director of Market Development, he started thinking about his favorite nonprofits… Read more

Grand Opening of Monarch School of New England Learning Center

A solar array on a newly-constructed regional high school and vocational center generates clean energy as well as educational opportunities for the Rochester, New Hampshire facility. The Monarch School of New England broke ground on the school last year and will celebrate with a public grand opening next month, on Thursday, September 7. Monarch currently… Read more

Solar Power is a Natural Fit for The Nature Conservancy

The Nature Conservancy’s Great Bay office in Newmarket, NH will be nearly carbon neutral after the installation of a 6.1kw grid-tied solar elecrtric array. The solar array is designed to cover 100% of the office’s electric load and will offset nearly 6,000 pounds of carbon pollution each year.  To celebrate its energy independence, the Great… Read more

Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony at Inter-Lakes High School

Meredith, N.H. (December 8, 2016) — A public ribbon-cutting and tour are scheduled on December 14 at Inter-Lakes High School in Meredith, N.H. The event will showcase the school district’s significant renewable energy projects, including one of the largest solar energy projects of its kind at a New Hampshire school. ReVision Energy’s James Hasselbeck will… Read more

VIDEO: Midcoast Habitat for Humanity Uses Solar to Save Money & Help Mission

  Tia Anderson from Midcoast Habitat speaks about solar at Rockland, Maine’s “ReStore.” ReVision Energy was excited by the strong community support our first ever ‘Maine Donation’ solar grant, awarded this past May to Midcoast Habitat for Humanity, and installed this past June. Our ReVision video team spoke with ReVision Customer Relations Manager Jennifer Albee… Read more

Riley School’s Solar: Inspiring a Love of Science

  To us, solar is by definition an investment in future generations. More importantly, it has tremendous transformative powers: turning passive energy consumers into active energy producers. We often hear of this transformation from excited new customers: “You wouldn’t believe how many kilowatt-hours I made today!” or “Now that I know how much I can make, I want… Read more

How One Montessori School Uses Solar to Demonstrate Sustainability

  The Cornerstone School is a Montessori School in Stratham, New Hampshire, and sustainability is quite naturally part of the curriculum. Students learn about the ways their behavior affects the world around them, from small things like recycling and energy use, to big things, like how their school has harnessed the sun to power most… Read more