ReVision’s Exeter, New Hampshire Branch Now Open for Business!
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Marking our commitment to helping New Hampshire homeowners use clean solar energy to reduce their carbon footprint and save money, ReVision Energy is pleased to announce the official opening of our New Hampshire office located at 7 Commercial Drive, Exeter, NH.
Starting April 4, we will have a full-time solar hot water crew operating out of the office, as well as full time office and support staff.
Since completing our first solar hot water system in the Granite State in 2007, we’ve seen tremendous demand in New Hampshire for cost-effective renewable energy. In two short years we’ve installed over 178 KW of grid-tied solar electric panels and enough solar hot water systems to eliminate the need for 7,000 gallons of heating oil annually!
Still, this is just the beginning – with oil prices on the rise and solar energy being one of the few truly guaranteed investments in a volatile economy, we expect to help at least twice as many homeowners, business owners, municipalities and institutions go solar in 2011 as we did last year.
A Growing New Hampshire Team
Helping us realize this mission is a new New Hampshire-based crew. Joining operations manager Dan Clapp (who has been onboard since mid-2010) is Heather Fournier, Matt Boucher, and Alex Greenhalgh.
Heather comes to us with a rich project management background earned as Installed Sales Manager Lowe’s, and grounding in renewable energy and sustainable design from her work at NHTI and Northeastern University. Matt and Alex start our growing hot water crew – Matt is a licensed NH Master Plumber with a deep passion for renewable energy, and Alex comes from a strong trades background to join the renewable energy industry. Both will be supported by John Capron from our Portland office as new operations get off the ground.
See ReVision’s New Hampshire Solar Showroom!
Our first event welcoming the public to the new location will be a rain barrel workshop held in partnership with New Hampshire Coastal Protection Partnership on May 7. Participants, led by NHCPP’s Dave Anderson, will be building their own rain barrel from recycled food grade plastic drums. Then, in June, we will be having an official grand opening celebration with food, music, and more – details and save the date coming soon!