Revision Energy

As a certified B Corp, ReVision stands out as the #1 renewable energy company in northern New England for building a cohesive workplace of employee owners, for their advocacy on climate policy and education, for their philanthropy and community-building efforts.   Perhaps their most innovative program is their new investment fund called ReVision Solar Impact Partners, which aligns impact investors and tax equity financing with cash strapped nonprofits, to enable them to acquire solar energy to increase their long-term economic and environmental sustainability.

We work with ReVision to achieve our goal of 100% renewable energy across the Alnoba property.  In 2018, we presented ReVision’s Leadership team with the first Alnoba CEO Environmental Leadership Award.

As a certified B Corp, ReVision stands out as the #1 renewable energy company in northern New England for building a cohesive workplace of employee owners, for their advocacy on climate policy and education, for their philanthropy and community-building efforts, and finally for developing innovative financial models to solarize nonprofits.

ReVision has more than 260 employee-owners and is ranked the #1 rooftop solar installer in New England and #5 in the nation by Solar Power Industry Magazine. Four of ReVision’s five offices run almost entirely without fossil fuels. Their vehicle fleet consists of plug-in electric cars, hybrids and trucks that run on biodiesel, and they provide incentives for employees to reduce their own carbon footprints.

Phil Coupe, Founding Partner

Phil is a managing partner of ReVision Energy, responsible for leadership in sales, marketing and strategic direction.

Prior to co-founding ReVision, he served as Vice President and Director of Corporate Philanthropy at a startup company in Washington, D.C. that received numerous awards for its socially responsible business initiatives to serve disadvantaged children and support organizations working on the front lines of society’s problems.

The D.C.-based startup twice made the Inc. 500 list of fastest-growing companies in the U.S. and continues to thrive today (along with two spin-offs that are also doing well). An active member of the local community, he serves as Chair of Maine Audubon’s corporate partner program, on the board and of the Environmental & Energy Technology Council of Maine (E2Tech) and Envision Maine, and is a long time mentor in the Big Brother/Big Sister program.