Energy Emporium Joins Forces with ReVision Energy!

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Energy Emporium’s offices in Enfield, New Hampshire aren’t going anywhere… in fact, they will serve as the Upper Valley hub for ReVision Energy

Energy Emporium Customers and Friends,

After 10 years of design, installation and maintenance of renewable systems in the Upper Valley, we are very excited to announce our merger with ReVision Energy!

ReVision and Energy Emporium share a goal to help homeowners and small business owners reduce or eliminate their fossil fuels. ReVision Energy was founded in 2003 and grew from two founders in a garage to a 250-plus employee-owned company headquartered in Liberty, Maine, with additional offices in Portland, Maine, North Andover, Massachusetts, and Brentwood, New Hampshire. ReVision has been the #1 ranked solar installer in New England for the past two years, and to date has installed more than 8,000 clean energy systems. ReVision is a certified B Corp, which focuses on people, planet and profit.

Energy Emporium will become the Upper Valley offices for ReVision Energy and all of us will become employee co-owners of ReVision Energy. With this merger, our existing customers and clients, as well as future customers, are assured of continued excellent long-term support for their investments in solar and renewable energy. By merging our resources we can now offer a more diversified set of products to support and complement renewable energy design and installation, such as storage batteries, cold climate heat pumps, EV chargers, and more.

We are excited about this opportunity and would be happy to answer any questions you have… We will continue to help you chart a path towards a renewable energy future so we can all get out and enjoy the sun!

– Kim Quirk

Zero net Energy Buildings

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Solar Powered Bolt

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