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268: Jesse Tyler and ReVision Energy


The EsOp Podcast: Jesse Tyler and ReVision Energy on the Owner to Owner podcast

This week we're sharing another recent episode of the Owner to Owner podcastHost Jesse Tyler is joined by three great co-owners at 100% ESOP and B-Corp ReVision EnergyMalcolm Sonnett, Solar Design Team Manager, Amy Farnham, Solar Design Specialist, and Thomas Tutor, Residential Sales Manager.

 

Founded in 2003, ReVision Energy is a mission-driven, employee-owned solar company operating in Northern New England. Guided by its mission and 5 core values, they are rewriting the way solar business is done. Prioritizing people over profit, community over competition, and sustainable growth over rapid expansion, they're on a mission to build a better world though solar power.

 

Each guest shares personal insights on what ownership means to them; how they describe ownership when talking to family, friends, and strangers; why being both employee-owned and a B-Corporation work so well for them, their EO A-ha moments; and why anyone seeking work should consider a career at or through ReVision Energy.

 

The goal of the Owner to Owner podcast is to have actual employee owners discuss a wide range of ownership experiences and culture topics, and to bring more insight into the individual ownership experience. Listen to all of the great episodes of the Owner to Owner podcast here.

 

The Owner to Owner podcast is produced by Bret Keisling for the EO Podcast Network.



 

Episode 268 Show Notes


Check out the show notes for the original airing of Episode 56 of the Owner to Owner podcast on December 13, 2023, here.


ReVision Energy is hiring. For more info, click here.

 

We'd love to hear from you! You can find us on Facebook at EO Podcast Network and on Twitter [X] @EsOpPodcast. This podcast has been produced by Bret Keisling for the EO Podcast Network. Original music composed by Max Keisling. Branding and marketing by BitsyPlus Design.


Standard Disclaimer: The views expressed herein are my own and don't represent those of my own firms or the organizations to which I belong. Nothing in the podcast should be construed as guidance or advice of any kind in any field and the fact that I mentioned an organizational website or an advocate or a company on a podcast does not reflect an endorsement, but if you've heard your name or your group's name mentioned on this podcast, I'd love to have you come on and talk about it yourself.

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