Stone Church – Newmarket, NH


With 81 solar panels on the roof of their building, the Stone Church in Newmarket, NH is boosting the sustainability of their business as well as cutting down on fossil fuel-dependence and their carbon footprint. Each year, the array on the roof of the former church turned music club will generate roughly 32,488 kilowatt-hours of… Read more

An aerial view of Bellance Beverage's 3,000+ panel rooftop solar array.

Bellavance Beverage Co – Hooksett, NH

Bellavance Beverage Co’s new headquarters is home to the largest rooftop solar array in NH (at the time of install in Fall 2020). The 1.5-megawatt solar array will produce enough energy on an annual basis to offset 115% of Bellavance Beverage’s electricity usage, generating roughly 1,321.61 megawatt hours per year. The excess energy not used… Read more

IDEXX Laboratories – Westbrook, ME

With more than 600 solar panels and 16 electric vehicle charging stations on its rapidly-growing Westbrook, ME campus, IDEXX Laboratories is walking the talk on environmental sustainability. The solar array, located atop the LEED Gold Synergy Center, will eliminate roughly 250,000 lbs. of carbon pollution each year from regional fossil fuel power plants and save… Read more

Shawnee Peak – Bridgton, ME


The two solar arrays, installed the second week of October, will provide 32,991 kilowatt-hours a year of clean energy. The project will ultimately save the resort more than $160,000 over the 40-year lifespan of the system. Solar prices have dropped 75% in the past ten years, making it easier for small family-owned businesses like Shawnee… Read more

Millyard Parking Garage – Manchester, NH

The first solar carport installed at the SNHU Millyard Parking Garage in downtown Manchester is now operational. The carport is located on the top floor of the new, six-story parking garage, across the street from the Hilton Garden Inn and Northeast Delta Dental Stadium, home of Minor League Baseball’s New Hampshire Fisher Cats. The 44.8-kilowatt… Read more

Highland Green Solar Projects – Topsham, ME

ReVision Energy installed solar power for over a dozen Quarry Cottages at Highland Green, a vibrant retirement community in Topsham, Maine. ReVision has partnered with John and Chris Wasileski of Sea Coast Management for years to build solar homes in their active, older communities around Southern Maine, and we look forward to more projects. Together… Read more

oceanview at falmouth schoolhouse cottages

OceanView at Falmouth – Falmouth, ME


OceanView at Falmouth harnesses New England’s abundant solar resource to attract new residents, to reduce energy costs and carbon pollution, and to provide year-round comfort in their facilities. Since 2009, they have saved more than $170,000, and eliminated over 1.4 million pounds of carbon pollution. “Seniors are very warm and welcoming to clean energy technology,” remarked… Read more

Badger Balm – Gilsum, NH


For 25 years, the family-owned W.S. Badger Company, or “Badger,” known for their Badger Balm and other organic care products, has grown steadily with a deep commitment to environmental responsibility. Their latest success is the completion of a 525-kilowatt solar array that will provide a significant portion of their electricity, and save the company more… Read more

Filtrine Manufacturing Company – Keene, NH

With the recent expansion of its rooftop solar array, Filtrine Manufacturing Company now powers its entire operation with solar energy. The 793.1-kilowatt array installed in Fall 2019 includes 2,234 solar panels and generates over 900 megawatt-hours of solar electricity per year.     A 30-kilowatt array installed in 2013 includes 120 solar panels and supplies… Read more

Rooftop solar array on Bartlett Woods Senior Housing in Yarmouth, ME

Bartlett Woods – Yarmouth, ME


125 solar panels on the rooftops of Bartlett Woods helps the senior housing community to improve the quality of life not just for their residents but for the rest of the planet, by protecting the environment. Each year, the system will generate roughly 45,270 kilowatt-hours (kWhs) of electricity, offsetting the equivalent of over 58,906 miles… Read more

Rooftop solar array at Tru Form Manufacturing in Plaistow, NH

Tru Form Precision Manufacturing – Plaistow, NH


434 solar panels on the roof of Tru Form Precision Manufacturing will generate roughly 117,824 kilowatt-hours (kWhs) of electricity, offsetting the equivalent of over 203,700 miles driven in a gas-powered car.   The manufacturing facility went solar in December of 2017 with the 121.52 kilowatt array. It will help them dramatically reduce electricity costs as well… Read more

Ground-mounted solar array at Schumacher Equipment in Belmont, NH

Schumacher Equipment – Belmont, NH


176 panels in a ground-mounted solar array at Schumacher Equipment cut down on costs and carbon pollution. Each year, the system will generate roughly 73,016 kilowatt-hours (kWhs) of electricity, offsetting the equivalent of over 126,200 miles driven in a gas-powered car.  Schumacher Equipment is a manufacturing facility, specializing in designing, building, and installing custom automation… Read more

Rooftop solar array on sustainably designed Savings Bank of Walpole in Keene, NH

Savings Bank of Walpole – Keene, NH


Savings Bank of Walpole opened a new branch on Court Street in Keene in 2017, with a 15-panel solar array on the rooftop. The new construction building was designed to be well suited for a rooftop solar array by local sustainable builder, Bensonwood. Each year, the system will generate roughly 5,790 kilowatt-hours (kWhs) of electricity,… Read more

Rooftop solar array at Cascon, Inc's Yarmouth, ME business office.



93 panels on the roof of Cascon, Inc’s business office will generate roughly 34,070 kilowatt-hours (kWhs) of electricity every year, offsetting the equivalent of over 58,900 miles driven in a gas-powered car. Cascon’s 27.9 kilowatt array will help them reduce electricity costs and give them an advantage in a competitive manufacturing industry, while also increasing… Read more

Rooftop solar array at Whatley Farm in Topsham, ME

Whatley Farm – Topsham, ME


Whatley Farm in Topsham, ME is now solar powered as well as organic. Their 13.5 kilowatt grid-tied solar electric system on the roof of their barn will generate roughly 16,921 kilowatt-hours every year, enough to offset the equivalent of over 29,250 miles driven in a gas-powered car. Whatley Farm is MOFGA certified organic. They sell… Read more