Resonant Energy is a mission driven clean energy developer that is currently scaling up its efforts to bring affordable solar to under-served communities. Resonant employees are creative self-starters intent on expanding the reach of clean energy. We foster a collaborative and fast-paced work environment.

Our efforts to develop clean, affordable electricity are most effective when our team reflects the range of communities in which we live and work. We are seeking applicants who represent the diversity of people who are motivated to advance energy democracy.

Resonant Energy is committed to inclusion in the workplace, providing equal opportunity for all employees and applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, age, marital status, national origin, ancestry, disability, veteran status, or other categories protected by law. 

Open Job Postings

We currently have two open positions. When positions are available, you can click on the job title for the full job description and requirements.

  1. Project Manager. Location: Boston, MA. Position Type: Full Time, Salary. Target Start: Q1 2019. Full job description available here.

  2. Solar Consultant. Location: Boston, MA. Position Type: Full Time, Salary. Target Start: Q1 2019. Full job description available here.

Please send all inquiries and resumes to All submissions should include a brief cover letter stating why you are interested in Resonant Energy's work and what value you would like to bring to our team.


We believe that climate change is the crisis of our generation. We look for motivated and effective people who want to make the world a better place. At Resonant Energy, we enjoy our 40 hours a week, and for us that means caring deeply about the work that we accomplish.


We take innovative approaches that bridge gaps in the market to make renewable energy accessible to everyone. Consumer knowledge gaps, lack of access to credit, and the technical complexities of deployment present challenges that can only be solved by new ideas and nimble workarounds. We look for employees who are excited to do something new every day, and to be the author of their own work.


The chief quality we seek in leaders for Resonant's growing team is the ability to listen. Whether through our participatory community development process or through our work as a team internally, we believe the best ideas emerge when everyone has an equal voice. 


Fellowship Program

Resonant Energy is dedicated to creating meaningful work experiences to train young people with effective strategies for growing our clean energy economy. If climate change is the moral issue of our time, then reducing our reliance on fossil fuels is the task of our generation. 


We value every fellow that comes through our doors and we believe that everyone should do work that lights a spark. Whether it's supporting project development, solar design, community engagement, or financial modeling - Resonant Energy puts you in the driver's seat and let's you learn by doing. As project developers and community organizers, we don't take any pleasure in sitting still. Our work is fast-paced and immersive and we look for team players who are ready to dive in and take a leadership role in their work. 


Resonant Energy partners with the Massachusetts Clean Energy Center Internship Program, which supports 2 paid interns for 10-week Fall (half-time), Spring (half-time), and Summer (full-time) sessions. Eligible participants include college students with a Massachusetts driver's license or students from out of the state attending a 2-year or 4-year college in MA.  

Resonant Energy is also open to additional proposals so long as students present a pathway to college credit or an internship stipend from their university. 


Anna Grimes, UMASS Amherst. Outreach

Thomas O'Neill, UMASS Amherst. Outreach


Oyin Okusanya, Hult International Business School. Outreach


Shawn Provost, UMASS Amherst. Outreach


Eleanor Adachi, Smith College. Project Development

Sarah Rejouis, Roxbury Community College. Outreach

Paola Massoli, Harvard Extension. Outreach


Desmond O'BrienDartmouth College. Project Development

Seaton Huang, Northeastern University. Outreach

Anna Bannon, University of New Hampshire. Outreach


Kevin Sandoval, UMASS Lowell. Outreach