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

York Middle School

Solar panels installed at the York Middle School (York, ME) offsets the electricity consumed by the school laptop program. The ribbon-cutting event for the project was attended by US Senator Angus King (I-ME). Read more

Unity College Solar – Unity, Maine

37kw solar electric system (installed as a series of 3 arrays) installed on Unity College, Unity, Maine. Also pictured, the passive house dorm (Terrahaus – first of its kind in the nation!), also at Unity College. Unity College was the first college in the United States to divest from fossil fuels! Read more

Thomas College Solar – Waterville, Maine

After installing a smaller grant-funded solar project, ReVision Energy partnered with Thomas College to install 170kw of solar electric panels at their Alfond Athletic Center. It was the largest solar array in Maine at the time it was built, and powers roughly 10% of the electric loads on campus. Financed through a power purchase agreement with ReVision Energy… Read more

SMCC SeaCenter Solar – South Portland, Maine

Flat plate and evacuated tube solar hot water collectors on display as well as solar electric (GTPV) array at SeaCenter at Southern Maine Community College. This demonstration project allows students to get hands-on experience with modern clean energy equipment for preparation to enter the solar jobs industry.   Read more

Proctor Academy Solar – Andover, New Hampshire

A series of nine solar arrays on the campus of Proctor Academy (428.2 kilowatts total – enough to power 85 homes) represents one of the largest solar projects of its kind at a New England school. The initiative is student-initiated, driven by the school’s environmental mission statement, and made possible through a unique Power Purchase… Read more