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

Rooftop solar array at Three J Farms in Danbury, NH

Three J Farms – Danbury, NH


A 48-panel solar array at Three J Farms in Danbury, New Hampshire will generate roughly 14,963 kilowatt-hours (kWhs) of electricity each year. The 14.4 kilowatt grid-tied solar electric system on the roof of their equestrian arena will help bring down electric costs, and offset the equivalent amount of carbon pollution from driving over 25,800 miles… Read more

Rooftop solar array by ReVision Energy at Tarbox Farm in Westport Island, ME

Tarbox Farm – Westport Island, ME


Tarbox Organic Farm in Westport Island, ME has been solar powered since September of 2017. The 36-panel array on the roof of their barn will generate roughly 13,255 kilowatt-hours (kWhs) of electricity, offsetting the equivalent of over 22,900 miles driven in a gas-powered car. Tarbox farms uses all organic farming methods, enriching their soils with… Read more

Aerial photography of solar project at Farmer Dave's, Dracut, MA

Farmer Dave’s – Dracut, MA

Based in Dracut, MA, Farmer Dave’s responsibly grows a myriad of vegetables and fruits. In addition to offering a CSA membership with pickups in many surrounding communities, Farmer Dave’s operates farm stands and participates in local farmers markets, school tours, and pick-your-own apples. To further sustainability goals, we recently worked with Farmer Dave’s to design and… Read more

Maine Organic Farmers and Gardeners Association – Unity, Maine

A 363 panel, 114.04-kW solar electric array installed for the Maine Organic Farmers and Gardeners Association (MOFGA) in Unity, Maine by ReVision Energy. MOFGA is committed to using as little energy as possible to operate the Common Ground Education Center and run the Common Ground Country Fair. Read more about their efforts here. Read more

Stout Oak Farm – Brentwood, New Hampshire


40 solar panels on the roof of a converted dairy barn produce clean local electricity to power Stout Oak Organic Farm. While sunlight nourishes their 5 acres of crops, their 12.6 kilowatt grid-tied solar electric system powers the farm’s energy needs for irrigation, refrigeration, and lighting. Each year, the system will generate roughly 15,100 kilowatt-hours… Read more

McDougal Orchards – Springvale, Maine

20.14kw solar energy installed for McDougal Orchards in Springvale, Maine by ReVision Energy. McDougal Orchards is a diversified, seventh generation family farm in Southern Maine. We specialize in growing high quality apples for pick-your-own customers, our farm stand, the Sanford Farmers’ Market, and local wholesalers. Find them online at Read more

Chewonki Foundation – Wiscasset, ME

109.41kw solar energy installed for the Chewonki Foundation Wiscasset, Maine by ReVision Energy. Chewonki is an environmental education organization that inspires transformative growth, teaches appreciation and stewardship of the natural world, and challenges people to build thriving, sustainable communities throughout their lives. Learn more about Chewonki at:   Read more

Little Ridge Farm – Lisbon, Maine


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

Wolf Pine Farm Solar – Alfred, Maine

A 6.6 kW solar electric array installed on the roof of Wolf Pine Farm‘s Barn in Alfred, ME. Wolf Pine Farm is an organic meat and vegetable farm dedicated to bringing healthy, local foods to Southern Maine and New Hampshire year-round. See Video of Farmer Tom Harms talks about going solar and how solar is… Read more