Abundant Solar = Excellent Investment
New England’s latitude (roughly the same as the French Riviera) and cool climate results in an annual solar yield equal to that of Houston, Texas:
An Investment As Sure as the Sun
Solar electricity is expanding rapidly in the private market thanks to its unique value proposition:
Solar Panels will last 40+ years, offering reliable savings vs. utility electricity.
Solar Panels have decreased in cost by 75% over the last 10 years.
Solar is a proven solution to the problems caused by overreliance on fossil fuels.
Why Do Nonprofits Need Impact Investment Partners?
Since nonprofits and governmental organizations are not eligible for federal tax credits, they cannot access solar the same way that private enterprise can.
Hence, the need for investment through our innovative solar impact fund.
Why Solar Impact Investing?
Make an impact by investing in solar:
Sunshine is the most abundant resource on the planet; enough sun falls on the earth's surface each hour to power our energy needs for a year.
Solar PPAs compare favorably to other forms of investment - and are as reliable as the sun.
Nonprofits and schools can use energy savings to focus on their missions.
Solar provides a market-based solution to the climate crisis.
ReVision Impact: A Track Record of Solar Success
ReVision Energy brought the Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) to solar in Maine back in 2010 and New Hampshire in 2012. PPAs are a private-public partnership that enable a nonprofit entity to go solar at no upfront cost, and lock in a lower rate for electricity long-term than they would receive from the utility grid.
In the 9+ years of work since then, ReVision has developed over 100 PPA structured projects for schools, nonprofits, and municipalities from Lawrence, Massachusetts to Hanover, New Hampshire to Limestone, Maine.
Our attention to rigorous engineering detail and financial modeling has lead to an incredibly strong track record, with no defaults among project hosts, and a performance output within 10% of estimates across our entire portfolio of projects.
Schools, nonprofits, and government all benefit from access to solar energy through our solar impact funds.