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

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… Read more

Town of Brentwood

A 434 panel, 132.37-kW solar array installed for the Town of Brentwood in Brentwood, New Hampshire by ReVision Energy. Financed under a PPA arrangement whereby the town pays no money upfront to get the solar installed, and instead makes payments (below utility rate) for the solar-generated electricity. Read more

Maine Historical Society – Portland, ME

112-kilowatt solar electric system installed for the Maine Historical Society by ReVision Energy. The Maine Historical Society was founded in 1822 and is dedicated to preserving the heritage and history of Maine. The 112 kW system is designed to offset the electrical needs of climate-control, and the MHS Congress Street campus. To learn more and… Read more

Town of Parsonsfield

19.6 kilowatts of clean, renewable solar electricity capacity installed for Town of Parsonsfield. Financed under a PPA arrangement whereby the town pays no money upfront to get the solar installed, and instead makes payments (below utility rate) for the solar-generated electricity. 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