Liberty — ReVision Energy has entered into a merger agreement with Energy Emporium of Enfield, New Hampshire, ReVision announced today.
Under terms of the agreement, Energy Emporium will be integrated as part of ReVision Energy, which will offer customer service to all existing Energy Emporium customers and bring onboard Energy Emporium’s Kimberley Quirk and Anita Gonzalez as ReVision Energy employee-owners. Quirk and Gonzalez will continue to operate from their Enfield location.
“ReVision’s mission is to transition our region to 100-percent solar and solar-powered complementary technologies, and the Upper Valley is critical to that effort,” said Dan Clapp, ReVision Energy co-founder and general manager of New Hampshire operations.
“To that end, Kim and Anita of Energy Emporium are exactly the kinds of people who have been attracted to our mission and have built an impressive, customer-centric business over the last 10 years. It is truly an honor that we get to welcome them and their solar champion customers into the ReVision Energy family.”
Energy Emporium founder Quirk said, “With this merger, Energy Emporium’s existing customers, as well as future customers, are assured of excellent long-term support for their investments in solar and renewable energy.
“We can now offer a more diversified set of products to complement solar — such as batteries, cold climate heat pumps, electric vehicle chargers and more.”
About Energy Emporium
Energy Emporium was founded in 2009 in Enfield, New Hampshire, with a mission to help people reduce or eliminate their fossil fuel use. The company was the chosen installer for the Vital Communities Solarize programs in Hanover, Lebanon and Enfield.
Energy Emporium is housed in a zero-energy building that was renovated from an 1850s historic shell. Sunshine generates the building’s heat, hot water and electricity. The ground floor of the building serves as a showroom and resource center for information on alternative and renewable energy sources.