Craig Cadieux

Craig Cadieux and wife Heather standing next to their Chevy S-10 converted to run 100% on electricity.

Craig joined ReVision in 2014 after working with Plymouth Area Renewable Energy Initiative (PAREI) for more than 5 years as their Energy Solutions Advisor providing their members with sound advice on ways to reduce energy consumption and produce their own. Prior to this position Craig had a successful career in Facilities Management. He’s a certified NABCEP Solar Thermal Installer, NABCEP PV Certificate Knowledge, BPI – Building Analysis.

Craig lives in the Newfound Lake watershed area with his wife Heather, male Golden Retriever “Aime”, two cats and an ever fluctuating number of chickens. He spends his free time building things, romping aound or hanging out in the woods, bass fishing, and converting his property to be more in line with permacultural practices. He also volunteers with Pemi Valley Habitat for Humanity designing and building homes that exceed Energy Star Standards.

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Craig Cadieux's Energy System

Craig is constantly working on ways to make his 1970’s home more energy efficient. He has a wood pellet boiler that was installed in 2005, solar hot water, and a 8.25 kW PV system.  Craig’s next project is the installation of an Air Source Heat Pump to heat and cool his house – powered by his solar array!

He also drives a converted Chevy S-10 to run on 100% electric power, with a license plate that reads, naturally, NO4NOIL.