Revolution provides a range of solutions...
From simple facility upgrades to more complex energy production plants, with complete financing packages, product identification, and maintenance programs. As part of our approach, we own the energy systems and our clients save money - yeah, it's that simple!
Town of Fairhaven, MA:
Revolution has commissioned a 487 kW solar PV array on the Town of Fairhaven, MA. We are thrilled to have been able to develop this project on the Town’s existing capped landfill.This project includes a 30 year PPA.
Revolution has commissioned a 468 kW solar PV array on the roof of Willy’s Gym located in Eastham, MA. This project is currently the largest roof mounted system on Cape Cod. This project includes a 20 year PPA.
Favorite Foods – Somersworth, NH
Revolution Energy received funding through the New Hampshire Public Utilities Commission’s
Exeter Wastewater Treatment Plant – Exeter, NH
Our second array in Exeter, a 50 kW ground mounted array at Exeter Wastewater Treatment Plant will offset electricity used by the town’s aeration lagoons and pumps in the treatment process. Revolution was awarded an RFQ from the Town of Exeter to develop the project, funded in part by the Department of Energy’s Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant.
The Edge Sports Center – Bedford, MA
As part of our regional expansion, Revolution is providing The Edge Sports Center in Bedford, MA with a 500 kW solar PV PPA on the roof the facility. This project serves as a great example to the region’s sports complexes what can be done with the expansive roofs those facilities typically have, not to mention the example it sets for all of the athletes that utilize the facility on a daily basis! Three cheers for The Edge!!!
Sanborn Regional High School marks an important next step in the Revolution! The School District has the distinct pleasure of becoming the first entity in the world to sign a new (patent pending) power purchase agreement around solar hot air generation! Using innovative technology coming from Canada,along with Revolution’s patent pending PPA approach for Solar Hot Air, SAU 17 is the first to install what is the world’s most efficient solar hot air collector at four different locations on the school’s property.
As part of a greater effort by the Community College System of New Hampshire, New Hampshire Office of Energy and Planning and the US Department of Energy, Revolution was thrilled to provide our first higher education solar PV array to the Great Bay Community College in Portsmouth, NH. Revolution delivered this 25kw system to the College under a power purchase agreement, while also now becoming the largest owner of solar energy in the state of New Hampshire. During the term of the arrangement the Revolution team will continue our educational mission and engage college students in exploring the potential for renewable energy through the region.
East Kingston Elementary School – East Kingston, NH:
In the summer of 2011, Revolution went live with it’s second large-scale solar PV project at the East Kingston Elementary School. The system entails a 60kw ground-mounted PV array located adjacent to the school’s athletic fields. Revolution was able to deliver this system to the community under a power purchase agreement model in order to allow the school to witness immediate year-one savings. Furthermore, the School has become a model on how to engage the children at a very young age in clean and sustainable energy. Revolution will continue to support this immensely important effort during the term of our arrangement by helping faculty and staff develop curriculum around the PV array. Much more to come on this!!!
Exeter Region Cooperative School District – Exeter, NH:
HERE’S TO ALL OUR ENERGY PATRIOTS!!!