As a native of Exeter, Amy made her way back here after years of exploring the mountains, landscapes, coastlines and cultures of California, Oregon, Boston, and New York. Through skiing, hiking, and camping, she enjoys sharing the natural beauty of New England with her husband and two young boys.
Before coming to ReVision, Amy managed a child care center at Phillips Exeter Academy for 9 years where she was able to be with her children while providing quality child care for local families. During her time at PEA, she was able to take advantage of the academic environment where sustainability was beginning to thrive. She joined the Sustainability Advisory Committee and learned about how sustainability works on a campus. After taking courses on Solar Energy, she became interested in the notion that working to bring more solar to our corner of the world would fulfill her in both a personal and professional capacity. When her sons graduated from the child care center, she felt it was time to move on and commit to a career in solar!
She is especially excited to join ReVision’s Brentwood branch where, as a NABCEP-certified PV Technical Sales Professional, she is enjoying the opportunity to educate residents of New Hampshire on energy efficiency and how to respect the planet on which we live.
Amy Farnham's Energy System
Amy’s family home sports a 5.04 kW photovoltaic array that powers a heat pump water heater (a Stiebel Eltron Accelera 220 E), and a 30k BTU 3:1 Mitsubishi Electric heat pump system that both heats and cools her home.