An aerial view of Bellance Beverage's 3,000+ panel rooftop solar array.

Bellavance Beverage Co – Hooksett, NH

Bellavance Beverage Co’s new headquarters is home to the largest rooftop solar array in NH (at the time of install in Fall 2020). The 1.5-megawatt solar array will produce enough energy on an annual basis to offset 115% of Bellavance Beverage’s electricity usage, generating roughly 1,321.61 megawatt hours per year. The excess energy not used… Read more

Town of Camden – Camden, ME


The Town of Camden’s first municipal solar photovoltaic array began generating power with 351 solar panels in January of 2018. The 122.85 kW solar array is anticipated to offset an estimated 159,000-kilowatt hours of electrical energy used by the Town every year. Members of the Town’s Energy and Sustainability Committee helped launch and coordinate this… Read more

IDEXX Laboratories – Westbrook, ME

With more than 600 solar panels and 16 electric vehicle charging stations on its rapidly-growing Westbrook, ME campus, IDEXX Laboratories is walking the talk on environmental sustainability. The solar array, located atop the LEED Gold Synergy Center, will eliminate roughly 250,000 lbs. of carbon pollution each year from regional fossil fuel power plants and save… Read more

Town of Hope – Hope, ME


Hope’s 120-panel solar array is expected to save the town’s taxpayers hundreds of thousands of dollars across the lifespan of the system, while eliminating over 50,000 pounds of carbon pollution every year. Not only will the array power Hope’s town office, salt shed and two fire stations – it will also provide a substantial portion… Read more

Shawnee Peak – Bridgton, ME


The two solar arrays, installed the second week of October, will provide 32,991 kilowatt-hours a year of clean energy. The project will ultimately save the resort more than $160,000 over the 40-year lifespan of the system. Solar prices have dropped 75% in the past ten years, making it easier for small family-owned businesses like Shawnee… Read more

Town of Freeport – Freeport, ME


The Town of Freeport, ME has another solar array located offsite on property owned by the Good-Will Hinckley that will be offsetting the municipal electric load, and saving taxpayers money. Offsite solar projects work well for towns, businesses, and homeowners who want to use solar to offset their carbon footprint but lack the proper sunny… Read more

The Blaine House – Augusta, ME


Fulfilling a campaign promise to lead on action, Governor Janet Mills’s administration approved two solar projects to go up at the historic Blaine House property. Through a competitive bid process, ReVision Energy earned the privilege of designing and installing the two solar projects, which consist of a dual-axis tracking array from Vermont-based AllEarth Renewables, as… Read more

Millyard Parking Garage – Manchester, NH

The first solar carport installed at the SNHU Millyard Parking Garage in downtown Manchester is now operational. The carport is located on the top floor of the new, six-story parking garage, across the street from the Hilton Garden Inn and Northeast Delta Dental Stadium, home of Minor League Baseball’s New Hampshire Fisher Cats. The 44.8-kilowatt… Read more

Hanover Town Hall – Hanover, NH


A 16.64-kilowatt rooftop solar array installed at Hanover Town Hall is demonstrating the municipality’s commitment to transition from fossil fuels to renewable energy. The grid-tied system includes 52 solar panels and will generate approximately 17,000 hours of clean energy each year. The array will offset 9 tons of carbon pollution annually, equivalent to the carbon… Read more

Mascoma Meadows – Lebanon, NH


Via Granite Geek: Thanks to a combination of a grant, donated land, and social impact investors, a resident-owned mobile home community will save money on electricity bills with solar power. “The model developed for Mascoma Meadows, leveraging the cooperative structure and tax incentives, helps break some of the barriers to lower-income residents owning solar,” said… Read more