ReVision Partners with Community Organizers to Kick Off “Solarize Sacopee”

ReVision has kicked off the first grassroots-organized Solarize program in Maine, dubbed “Solarize Sacopee” and compassing the Southwestern Maine towns of Cornish, Limerick, Limington, Maplewood, Newfield, Parsonsfield and Waterboro. The program follows similar “Solarize” efforts in Maine, New Hampshire, and elsewhere – anyone in the service towns can sign up before a given deadline (June… Read more

“Own Your Power” Solar Loan Helps NH Homeowner Ditch Power Bills

The Grangers, like many families in New Hampshire, wanted to make a solar investment to provide long-term energy savings and help the environment. But – also like many families – making the upfront investment seemed daunting at first. Then they discovered our “Own Your Power” loan program, which allows a homeowner to purchase a solar… Read more

Heat Pumps Perform Like Champs in the Cold

Whether it’s a Polar Vortex or a good old fashioned New England winter, we wanted to check in how our customers heating with electric air-source heat pumps are doing. Can these compact, quiet heating units really heat a home when the temperature dips below zero? Tim Ward from Glenburn reports: “This is the first winter… Read more

2014 Closes with Sunny Finish

With over 650 (!) individual solar installations in 2014, it’s impossible for us to show them all in our newsletter. But, we wanted to show some of the more remarkable systems installed this past year, a result of the effort of our now 83-person team (with 20 positions added in the last year). Maine Audubon… Read more

Q&A: Richard and Helen Regan

This month’s Q&A is with Helen and Richard Regan, retired educators who live in Harpswell.  They recently invested in a 5.5kw solar electric array and solar thermal system for their home.  We caught up with them to discuss how the project went, what attracted them to solar, and how the system is performing so far. Tell… Read more

The Myth of Cheap Natural Gas

Expanding New England’s natural gas infrastructure has been hailed as a panacea to our energy woes. We question whether New England’s energy problems are so easily solved. It is incredibly expensive (upwards of $1 million/mile) to build out natural gas infrastructure, and the amount of capacity required to make a substantial impact is well beyond… Read more

ReVision Hits the Cover of the Solar Pro!

Well, we dreamt about it, we sung about it, and now… it’s happened!  ReVision Energy is featured on the cover of Nov/Dec 2014 Solar Pro magazine! The feature article, penned by company owner and resident engineer Fortunat Mueller (and North Yarmouth Fire Department Captain), is “Pitched Roof Array Layout for Fire Code Compliance,” a technical… Read more