Feb 1, 2019, Enfield, NH, The Energy Emporium, an Upper Valley solar design and installation company located in Enfield, has entered into a merger agreement with ReVision Energy, a solar installation company with locations in Maine, Massachusetts, and New Hampshire. Under the terms of the agreement, Energy Emporium will be integrated as part of Revision Energy. The combined company will continue to provide service to all existing Energy Emporium customers from the Enfield office.
Energy Emporium has served the greater Upper Valley area for ten years, with the mission of helping its clients reduce or eliminate their use of fossil fuels. The company provides design, installation, and maintenance service for residential and commercial solar electric and hot water systems, wood/solar and heat pump heating systems, and energy monitoring products and services. Energy Emporium was selected as the designated installer for the Vital Communities Solarize programs in Hanover, Lebanon, and Enfield.
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.
“With this merger, Energy Emporium’s 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,” said Energy Emporium founder Kimberley Quirk. “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.”
Energy Emporium is located in a historic 1860 house that has been fully renovated as a zero-net-energy building; all electricity, heat, and hot water are provided by solar systems. This will become the Upper Valley office for ReVision Energy, and founder Quirk and current Energy Emporium employees will be new ReVision employee co-owners.