Connection Matters
ReVision’s commitment to learning extends beyond our electrician apprenticeship program to our Leadership program.
Tiny Climate Classroom Cruises Through Earth Month
Our Tiny Climate Classroom made its debut this Earth Month, traveling all over New England for fun events and school visits.
Tiny Climate Classroom Hits the Road
Our Tiny Climate Classroom hits the road to spread climate education and the solar mission to kids.
Solar at Antioch University New England
Solar at Antioch University New England This guest blog post is written by Kate Witte, a graduate student at Antioch University New England studying
Vision, Visibility, and Culture: Join us at 3S Artspace
3S Artspace Combines Creativity with Contemporary Issues 3S Artspace, a non-profit contemporary arts organization, is nestled on a quiet little corner of
Notes from a Summer Fellow: Lila Nelson
This blog post is written by our 2021 Summer Fellow from UNH's Sustainability Institute, Lila Nelson: This summer, I had the great privilege of working
Community, Energy Education, & NH's Solar Future: 6 Questions for Jude Nuru
We're featuring ReVision Employee-Owner Jude Nuru, who joined ReVision Energy's New Hampshire team at the end of 2020 as Director of Community Solar
Utilizing Solar Power to Improve Quality of Patient Care
This guest blog post comes from Rupal Ramesh Shah. Rupal is the Executive Director of Konbit Sante, a Maine-based non-profit helping support the
Mt. Ararat High School Chooses Solar
Mt. Ararat High School started classes this past week, with two major changes in store for students: they are attending in a hybrid format due to
Grand Opening of Monarch School of New England Learning Center
A solar array on a newly-constructed regional high school and vocational center generates clean energy as well as educational opportunities for the