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Tucked in between I-295 and US-1 in Topsham is a unique housing community that includes a nature preserve, golf course, restaurant, fitness facilities, and several other amenities. Situated on 635 acres, Highland Green attracts residents who value the outdoors.
Many of the residents of... Read More

As part of Solarize Mid Maine, Insource Renewables installed a 6.7kW roof-mounted solar photovoltaic (PV) system in Clinton. The system was sized to offset 90-100% of the electricity consumed on-site.
The array is installed on a screw-down metal roof utilizing SnapNRack metal roof standoffs... Read More

With low electrical loads and a strong interest in solar technology, a client in Lincoln approached Insource Renewables to determine how to most effectively utilize solar energy.
While the electricity rates from Emera Maine are relatively high (17 cents per kilowatt-hour at the time of the... Read More

As part of Solarize Mid Maine, Insource Renewables installed a 6.2kW roof-mounted solar photovoltaic (PV) system in Sidney. The system was sized to offset 80-90% of the electricity consumed on-site.
Insource Renewables utilizes SnapNRack mounting hardware, which provides for a sleek... Read More

As part of Solarize Freeport, Insource Renewables installed an 8.4kW roof-mounted solar photovoltaic (PV) system for a young family in South Freeport. The system was sized to offset 90-100% of the electricity consumed on-site.
The system is the first in a series of expected energy... Read More

Sam Brown of Parkman has been an early solar adopter on several occasions and contacted Insource Renewables to expand his system and simplify the integration of the expansion with his existing system.
This project was the third stage of Sam's project. His initial installation was a grid-... Read More

In late 2015, we had the pleasure of working with Yvette Meunier and Tom Gilbert on the installation of a 7.7kW solar photovoltaic (PV) system at their home in Topsham. The system was sized to offset their existing electrical consumption and a portion of the additional electircal consumption... Read More

We were approached in early 2017 by the owners of a certified Passive House in Surry, Maine to install a solar photovoltaic system to move the home towards net zero, a term that means the home generates as much energy as it consumes.

Barbara and George live in a 1950’s Cape Cod style home in Princeton. The home had been taken care of for many years, but needed a number of improvements. Barbara called us to have an energy audit performed in order to quantify what she felt were problem areas in the home. They had “put it off”... Read More

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