Old Barn, New Batteries: Solar open house in Brooks
BROOKS — Join representatives from ReVision Energy at an upcoming solar open house to be held at the Albee residence, located at 35 Moosehead Trail Highway, in Brooks Village.
Guests will have the opportunity to see firsthand how solar technology systems, especially when paired with battery storage and heat pump technology for supplemental space heating, are a cost-effective way to immediately reduce fuel usage and lock-in long-term energy savings.
Current solar technology and the state of policy in Maine will also be discussed.
Guests will also have the opportunity to learn about the development of community solar farms and power purchase agreements for nonprofits.
The open house, led by ReVision Energy’s Hans Albee, P.E., will be held, Saturday, April 27, at 9 a.m., beginning with a structured conversation. Albee will review and discuss the Pika Energy solar inverter and battery storage products, designed for emergency power backup, maximizing solar self-supply, demand charge reduction, and future battery and storage flexibility.
Albee will also review storage products such as the Tesla Powerwall and how battery options are forming the future of solar across the country.
Guests are encouraged to come by with questions and their electric bills, and will have the opportunity to sign up for a free solar site evaluation.
Hhomemade refreshments will be served.
This event is free and open to the public, and all are welcome.
RSVP by calling (207) 589-4171 or emailing Jennifer at firstname.lastname@example.org.
ReVision Energy, a 100% employee-owned B-Corporation founded in Liberty, with five locations across Maine, New Hampshire and Massachusetts, has installed more than 7,000 residential, commercial and institutional solar energy systems across northern New England.
Pika Energy, located in Westbrook, is a U.S. manufacturer of clean energy products including solar inverters, DC converters and power optimizers.