Thurston’s Lobster Pound – Bernard, ME

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12.9kw solar electric panels installed on Thurston’s Lobster Pound, an iconic seafood eatery on Mount Desert Island (in Bernard, near Acadia National Park). Enjoy some of the freshest seafood Maine has to offer, powered by the sun! For more info on Thurston’s check out their website at: thurstonforlobster.com or make the trip to Bernard to have… Read more

GrandyOats – Hiram, Maine

GRANDYOATS IS MAINE’S FIRST SOLAR-POWERED GRANOLA COMPANY To attract new customers and connect more deeply with the rapidly growing community of people who love their delicious organic granola, GrandyOats is powering its Hiram, Maine-based manufacturing facility with 288 solar panels mounted just outside their back door. “Our goal was to build the first solar-powered granola… Read more

Pika Energy – Westbrook, Maine

Our partnership efforts with Pika Energy continue, the latest installment being the installation of an 8-panel PV array on their renewable tech manufacturing facility in Westbrook. In addition to supplying power, the PV array will be used to test out Pika’s next-generation power electronics, such as a rapid shutdown-compliant solar string optimizer and a Tesla Powerwall-ready,… Read more

Little Ridge Farm – Lisbon, Maine

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The sun grows more than veggies at Little Ridge Farm in Lisbon Falls. Their 6-kilowatt solar electric array will provide about 100% of the electric needs of the small organic farm, which offers community supported agriculture (CSA) shares and pasture raised pork, beef, and turkeys. Their home also converted from oil for water heating to… Read more

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Caravan Beads – Portland, ME

Harnessing Sunshine to Power a Retail Business, and LEDs to Get More out of Solar Caravan Beads of Portland, Maine began in 1991, on the sun porch of Barry and Jean Kahn’s home. They have been growing their business steadily ever since, adapting to the advent of the global online market, relocating, expanding, renovating, and powering… Read more

Paris Autobarn – Paris, ME

ReVision Energy staffers join Tony Giambro, co-owner of Paris Autobarn, in celebrating the addition of 45 LG solar modules at their facility in South Paris, ME. Paris Autobarn is a leader in the auto service industry not just for excellent customer service and vehicle repair, but for offering eco-friendly products, and powering their business sustainably…. Read more

Halcyon Yarn – Bath, ME

18.63 kilowatts of clean, renewable solar electricity installed on Halcyon Yarn‘s location in Bath, Maine. The system will offset roughly 20,703 lbs of carbon pollution annually by reducing the need for dirty power from the grid. Read more