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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 View Project

Recent Solar Projects

ReVision is a local solar installer with over 7,000 different projects installed in Northern New England.

Retail Solar Projects

White Heron Tea & Coffee – Portsmouth, NH

114 solar panels on the roof of White Heron Tea & Coffee make it a green destination for refreshment. Their 34.29 kilowatt solar array lowers their operating costs and carbon footprint while powering their roastery and café in Portsmouth, NH. Since its inception in 2005, White Heron has expanded from an organic tea wholesaler to… Read more

Aerial view of solar project at Split Rock Distilling, Newcastle, Maine

Split Rock Distilling

The thirty-six solar panels on the roof of the Split Rock Distilling in Newcastle, Maine power the company’s commitment to doing things the right way for their community and business. This array produces over 11,000 kilowatt-hours of electricity each year, and offsets 9,987 lbs of carbon pollution. Split Rock further cuts back on carbon pollution with an electric vehicle charger on-site! Check… Read more

Geiger – Lewiston, Maine

A 696 panel, 233.16-kW solar electric array installed for Geiger in Lewiston, Maine by ReVision Energy. Geiger (formally known as Geiger Brothers) is committed to being a company known for its green initiatives as its quality products. Over the years they have taken many steps to become both more energy efficient and eco-friendly. Visit Geiger Green… Read more

Farm / Agriculture Solar Projects

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

Apartment / Housing Projects

OceanView at Falmouth – Falmouth, ME

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OceanView at Falmouth harnesses New England’s abundant solar resource to attract new residents, to reduce energy costs and carbon pollution, and to provide year-round comfort in their facilities. Since 2009, they have saved more than $170,000, and eliminated over 1.4 million pounds of carbon pollution. “Seniors are very warm and welcoming to clean energy technology,” remarked… Read more

Rooftop solar array on Bartlett Woods Senior Housing in Yarmouth, ME

Bartlett Woods – Yarmouth, ME


125 solar panels on the rooftops of Bartlett Woods helps the senior housing community to improve the quality of life not just for their residents but for the rest of the planet, by protecting the environment. Each year, the system will generate roughly 45,270 kilowatt-hours (kWhs) of electricity, offsetting the equivalent of over 58,906 miles… Read more