Town of Boothbay, Maine

111 kilowatts of clean, renewable solar electricity capacity installed on Town of Boothbay, Maine’s public works garage and fire station. 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 Audubon – Gilsland Farm

42.84kw solar electric array installed across several AllSun Solar Trackers installed at Maine Audubon’s Gilsland Farm campus in Falmouth, Maine.  Funded through a unique charitable power purchase agreement made possible by Moody Collision Centers. Find out more about Gilsland Farm here: Read more

City of Belfast – Fire Station – Belfast, ME

45.9kw solar electric array installed on fire station for the City of Belfast, Maine.  The perfect southern exposure of the fire station combined with a relatively high cost of power for the building made the solar array (financed undera  power-purchase agreement) a win-win for the City and its taxpayers. 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