ReVision Energy was proud to announce the opening of our Massachusetts branch office in 2017, indicating our continued growth into the new region. While Massachusetts does not boast a solar resource much different than Maine or New Hampshire, the defining difference is that Massachusetts’ solar-friendly state policy has accelerated the growth of their native solar industry. North Andover serves as the home base for our Massachusetts team.
1980 Turnpike Street
North Andover, MA 01845
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Phone: (978) 308-9041
Service Line: (207) 747-0076
Our showroom and offices are open Monday through Friday 9:00am-5:00pm.
Our office in North Andover, Massachusetts is able to install and service grid-tied solar electric arrays (photovoltaic installation), heat pump hot water systems, air source heat pumps, and electric vehicle charging stations throughout the North Shore region; including the Massachusetts towns and cities of the Metro-Boston area (Saugus, Revere, Everett, Chelsea, Winthrop, Boston, Milton, Quincy, Braintree, Hingham and Weymouth) and Salisbury, Newburyport, Rowley, Ipswich, Essex, Newbury, Rockport, Gloucester, Beverly, Peabody, Salem, Amesbury, Manchester, Middleton, Lynn, Boxford, and more!
While there are many solar companies already based in Massachusetts, there is a strong place for ReVision Energy as a mission-based company that takes a holistic look at reducing a home’s dependence on fossil fuel energy sources. In addition to solar, we also offer a suite of supporting equipment such as air source heat pumps, efficient electric water heaters, electric vehicle charging, and next-gen battery storage.
We are a values-driven, employee-owned B Corp company, and this is evident in all we do, from our high quality installation and solar products, to our above-and-beyond customer service. We have also been consistently ranked a Top 10 Solar Installer in the Northeast.
“We are solely focused on customer service and technical excellence,” says Dan Clapp, our New Hampshire and Massachusetts General Manager. “We feel strongly that the transition to renewable energy needs a holistic, whole-house approach, offering not just solar but other technologies that allow solar to reduce or eliminate a home’s need for any fossil fuel inputs."