North Andover, Massachusetts – Solar Showroom
ReVision Energy is proud to announce the opening of our latest branch office, located at 1980 Turnpike Street, Building 2 in North Andover, Massachusetts. Massachusetts is a booming solar market, currently #6 nationwide for solar installations (1,050MW), and #2 for solar jobs (15,095 – compared to Maine’s paltry 300). 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.
A solar customer in MA can generate Solar Renewable Energy Credits (SRECs) at a reasonable market value and sell them to utilities to help them meet carbon emissions standards. This system has spurred a market for solar as the economics of solar are more accessible for a larger group of people. Massachusetts also has strong state-based solar programs, such as the Massachusetts Solar Loan, a low-cost loan backed by the state, again, making it easier for lower-income families to invest in solar.
While there are many solar companies already based in Massachusetts, ReVision Energy feels there is a place for us as a mission-based company that takes a holistic look at reducing a home’s dependence on fossil fuel energy sources. In addition to our core product, solar electricity, 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 solely focused on customer service and technical excellence,” said 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. We look forward to bringing our highly-focused design and installation experts, each having an equity stake in the company, to the residents of Massachusetts.”