Our Story

Resonant Energy was founded by Isaac Baker and Ben Underwood in 2016 in a small nook in Second Church in Codman Square, Dorchester. Since its creation, Resonant Energy has grown in its size and its ambition and is now the leading non-profit solar energy provider in the Northeastern United States. 

Resonant Energy works with commercial, non-profit, and residential clients to make clean energy available for both your financial and environmental benefit. Through custom financing and a dedicated, top-tier team of policy, finance, and installation experts, Resonant Energy is committed to meeting your energy needs with affordable clean energy to have a brighter and more profitable future.

Our Principles

1. We believe communities should be at the center of planning projects.

Communities hold the knowledge and vision of what is needed to improve their neighborhoods. Our job is to provide tools and access to resources to help realize that vision. The best ideas come from a full table.

2. we take action now with the tools available to us.

We do not wait for silver bullets. The future may offer ultra-efficient solar sidewalks or powerful carbon sequestering machines, and while we are excited about technological innovation, we need to use the tools we have now to address the climate crisis.

3. We believe in a political and social solution to climate change.

Every day we are witnessing the impacts of climate change across the globe. We already have the technology and the resources to avoid the worst impacts of climate change and protect our most vulnerable communities. The challenge lies only in mass adoption and political will to act. We must immediately work to expand clean energy and reclaim political power from the fossil fuel industry.

4. We are problem solvers.

The world has no shortage of problems. We are here to meet them with open arms.

5. We believe time is sacred

When you are part of our team, we trust that you understand the urgency of action, and will work quickly and effectively toward our shared goals.

6. Profit is not an end in and of itself.

It is a means of expanding our environmental and social impact. We are a B-Corp with a triple-bottom-line that prioritizes economic, environmental and social goals. We measure success by the impact we have with communities.

7. We include women and people of color at the highest levels of leadership in our work.

In our staff and larger coalition of volunteers and community leaders, we prioritize marginalized voices in shaping the direction of our work.

8. We take joy in our work.

We pause and make moments to celebrate success.