Engage residential customers to power their homes with clean, local renewable power using simple, accessible and affordable options
We believe in Clean Power for All. If you have a large roof which faces the sun to benefit from solar, that’s great. With community solar, we’re helping democratize solar energy by helping more people access renewable energy than ever before. And there are other options, so now even people without large, south-facing roofs can ‘go solar’ or ‘go green.’
Relay Power is all about teamwork. We bring the ‘community’ to community solar by engaging towns, local retail outlets, non profit organizations, and networks of sustainable businesses to help spread the word about all the clean power options that are out there. We have specialized in community solar for consumers in Massachusetts and are expanding our efforts to include other states and other clean distributed forms of electric generation. We’ve made a lot of progress but still have a long way to the finish line. We have joined like-minded organizations and companies to help further mass adoption of local, clean energy options.
Sustainable Business Network of Massachusetts
Our team comprises members with years of experience in the renewable energy sector – with a focus on solar energy.
Braylen Olsen, CEO
What Drives Me: I'm working on developing ways to make clean energy more accessible. I get satisfaction from working with a great team that are all pushing for the same goal. Fun Fact: I enjoy playing basketball and golf. My next adventure is passing these loves on to my two young daughters.
Bill Kanzer, VP, Marketing & Business Development
What Drives Me: My personal mission is ‘bringing green mainstream’. I’ve worked in solar for over 20 years now and after all of that time I still believe what we’re doing here is unique. Fun Fact: I have traveled extensively in the US and internationally, but live just a couple of miles from where I grew up.
Sean Moulton, VP, Operations
What Drives Me: It's essential for me to be working with a team that affects real change in how we meet our energy needs, and make it easy for our customers to do so. Fun Fact: I was born in the Marshall Islands, on Kwajalein, an island 2.5 miles long in the Pacific.
Drew Grande, District Manager, Clean Energy
What Drives Me: I’m working to break down the status quo of the energy industry. We’re giving people the power to choose exactly where their energy comes from, and keep production local. Fun Fact: I keep Italian honey bees and despite escape attempts, think this will be a good year.