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

Solar array on the Town of Nottingham, NH Community Center

Nottingham Fire Station and Community Center – Nottingham NH

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The Town of Nottingham’s 368 solar panels on the roofs of their Fire Station and Community Center help protect the town’s pristine environment and valued natural resources. These arrays totaling 110.4 kilowatts will produce roughly 120,800 kilowatt-hours (kWhs) of electricity, offsetting the equivalent of over 220,000 miles driven in a gas-powered car. Nottingham took advantage… Read more

Camp Ketcha - Scarborough, ME

Camp Ketcha – Scarborough, ME

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45 solar panels on the roof of Camp Ketcha’s barn integrate sustainable technology with the conservation and nature education they offer at their day camp. As a charitable non-profit, Camp Ketcha worked with another non-profit, Re-Volv, to raise funds to purchase their solar array outright. The 13.5 kilowatt solar array was installed on the roof… Read more

Solar array on the Town of Sebago, ME Salt Shed

Sebago Salt Shed – Sebago, ME

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180 solar panels on the roof of the town salt shed in Sebago, ME produce electricity that benefits the town electric bill and the surrounding community. Their 57.6 kilowatt grid-tied solar electric system will generate roughly 69,670 kilowatt hours of electricity per year. That is enough to cover 96% of the town’s annual municipal load, and offsets… Read more

Kennebec Sanitary Treatment District

Kennebec Sanitary Treatment District (KSTD) is investing locally to produce their own renewable power on site and stabilize costs to operate the facility. KSTD treats the waste water for residents in the city of Waterville and towns of Winslow, Fairfield and Benton. The project is expected to save the facility up to $2,000 in the… Read more

City of Portland, Maine

ReVision Energy teamed with the City of Portland to work on this exciting project installing solar on the cap of the old city landfill behind Ocean Ave. The installation of solar is a great second use for the closed landfill site and it will provide both power and CO2 reduction for the city of Portland… Read more

City of South Portland, Maine

South Portland’s one-megawatt solar array at the City’s capped landfill (929 Highland Avenue) came online in October 2017. This is the largest municipal solar project in Maine to date. ReVision Energy installed the 2,944 photovoltaic panels on the 34-acre former landfill, which is behind the City’s transfer station and new public services facility. The solar… 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