We are excited to announce our new partnership with Resonant Energy! Resonant Energy, based in Dorchester, believes that everyone should have the right to affordable solar - and we agree. Their slogan is “100% Clean Energy for 100% of People,” and their programs focus on making high-quality solar systems more accessible to nonprofits, commercial businesses, and residential homeowners.
Like All In Energy, Resonant is working hard to accelerate an inclusive clean energy economy. Resonant strives to put community members in control of solar projects and knows that individual voices need to be heard to create community solutions that are beneficial and feasible. This means including groups who are often underrepresented in conversations about solar energy - such as women and people of color. With Resonant, we hope to make solar programs more accessible to residents of all income levels.
Often, we think of solar energy as something that is accessible only to people with a lot of money. However, Resonant Energy has great programs that allow people of all income levels to put solar on their roofs. Their Solar Access Program lets homeowners put solar onto suitable roofs, regardless of their credit score and income level, while their Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) allows people to pay for their solar system using electricity bill savings.
Resonant has different programs for all types of nonprofits, businesses, and homeowners interested in getting involved in solar energy. They’ve done some great work in Dorchester and beyond- and residents like Olive love the work they are doing!
We couldn’t be more excited to start collaborating with Resonant Energy. If you are interested in exploring whether solar is a good option for you, please fill out this form and we will be in touch with you to get started.
This Fall, we have three new interns that have joined the All In Energy team to push the mission to bring energy savings to underserved communities and grow diversity in the clean energy workforce. Read below to get to know the fall intern team to learn about who will be helping out this fall!
I am from Westfield, NJ, and am super excited to work with All in Energy to get involved with communities in Boston and learn more about energy efficiency and environmental justice. This semester, I hope to serve the community while improving my social development, marketing, and outreach skills. As an avid skier, runner, and hiker, I have always had a passion for the environment, and this is the first opportunity I have had to apply this interest in an internship. I am currently a Sophomore at Northeastern University and am pursuing a degree in Economics and Environmental Studies with a minor in International Affairs. In my free time, I host a radio show on WRBB 104.9 and write for NU Sci, Northeastern's student-run science magazine.
I am originally from Annapolis, MD, and I'm currently a junior at Boston University studying Environmental Analysis and Policy with two minors in Economics and Biology. I have always loved being outdoors and have been interested in environmental issues, but it wasn't until I went on an alternative spring break trip my freshman year at BU to Tennessee to build hiking trails that I really found that this was the field I wanted to go into. I love learning about the intersections between people and their environments, and the amazing things people around the world are doing to help adapt to and mitigate climate change. I'm super excited to be working for All In Energy because I think our mission to help transition to an inclusive clean energy economy is vital to helping us combat climate change and social inequalities. I hope to later start my career in a similar company that allows me to tackle these issues simultaneously as well. In my free time, I love reading, hiking, exploring Boston, traveling, and walking dogs!
I am a communications major student from Bursa, Turkey. I am currently a student at Bunker Hill Community College. I will be transferring to another institution next semester. I can't wait to graduate to help people become environmentally conscious and take actions to become more sustainable. Turkey's abundance in natural richness has made me environmentally conscious. I love taking long walks and hiking through beautiful state parks and mountains. I love traveling as well. Visiting naturally beautiful countries have led me to take actions to be more sustainable. I want to be a person that helps preserve our planet's beauty. Being a part of a non-profit organization like All In Energy is very exciting. I am motivated to help residents take sustainable actions. Having a strong first step into the industry with All In Energy is going to be rewarding. I would like to have a good presence as a woman in the clean and sustainable energy industry. This fall will be the very first exciting step towards my goals.