Steve Hinchman brings to ReVision Energy more than forty years of legal and public policy experience, including 8 years of environmental reporting with Colorado’s High Country News, a tenure with the Southwestern Colorado Resource Advisory Council, six years with the Conservation Law Foundation in Maine and General Counsel of GridSolar, LLC.
A 2003 Graduate, Summa Cum Laude, of the Vermont Law School, Mr. Hinchman is admitted to the bar in Maine, the U.S. District Court of Maine, and the First and D.C. Circuit Courts of Appeals, and has participated in cases before the Second and Ninth Circuit Courts of Appeals. Mr. Hinchman has also practiced before the Maine Board of Environmental Protection, the Land Use Regulatory Commission, the Maine Ethics Commission, and the Legislature’s Joint Standing Committees on Natural Resources and Energy and Utilities.
At ReVision, Steven Hinchman will utilize his legal and grant writing experience to secure financing solutions for solar energy projects throughout the Northeast. He is currently weatherizing his 1830s-era farmhouse, room by room – replacing birch bark with tyvek and filing voids with foam and fiberglass insulation.
Steve Hinchman, Esq.'s Energy System
In November, 2012, Steve Hinchman had ReVision install a 6.2kw grid-tied photovoltaic system for his home. Steve says of the installation, “In a historic house where everything is crooked and every system has its quirks, the solar array is the one thing that is square and works trouble-free!”