Ground mount solar array at Groton School in Groton, MA

Groton School – Groton, MA

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50 solar panels in two ground-mounted arrays at the Groton School lower costs and the school’s carbon footprint, while supporting their mission of service and learning. The array will generate roughly 17,673 kilowatt-hours (kWhs) of electricity each year, offsetting the equivalent of driving over 32,230 miles in a gas-powered car.   About the School Groton… Read more

Dartmouth College

With its goal of reducing carbon pollution by 50% by 2025, Dartmouth College is taking a strong leadership position to help solve one of the region’s most difficult environmental problems. “Eventually, we would like to get at least 20% of our electricity from sunshine” said Abbe Bjorklund, Dartmouth’s director of engineering and utilities. After an… Read more

Phillips Exeter Academy Fieldhouse solar - Exeter, NH

Phillips Exeter Academy

Phillips Exeter Academy is home to the largest rooftop solar array of any school in New Hampshire. The ballasted rooftop array was recently installed by ReVision Energy on the academy’s new, 84,574-square-foot field house in Exeter. Generating electricity with sunshine will save the academy more than $2 million in energy costs over the life of the system… Read more

Bates-Morse Mountain Conservation Area – Phippsburg, ME

3.18 kW solar electric array for Bates College’s Bates Coastal Center, aka Shortridge, in Phippsburg, ME. This project was part of a collaboration with Bates that allowed their students to participate in the work. To read more about it, see more photos and video, go to: http://www.bates.edu/news/2016/10/21/campus-construction-update-oct-21-2016/. To learn more about Bates College go to: www.bates.edu Read more

East Rochester School, New Hampshire

East Rochester School is partially powered by the sun, thanks to a rooftop solar array recently installed by ReVision Energy. The $250,000 project was financed through SunRaise Investments at no upfront cost to the school district. Local investors will own and operate the array through a Power Purchase Agreement (PPA). The 86.8-kilowatt solar photovoltaic array became… Read more

Friends School of Portland

36kw of solar electricity installed on the Friends School of Portland, a highly efficient, Passive House Certified building that makes it the first ‘net zero’ school in the state of Maine and only the third such school in the nation! Find out more about Friends School at http://friendsschoolofportland.org/ Read more