Boston Business Journal highlights three leading examples of fast-growing, BIPOC-owned firms, including Solstice, as “hidden gems” among its Fast 50 list.
Solstice Co-founder and CEO Steph Speirs appears on Episode 18 of the My Climate Journey podcast to explain the importance of accessible, affordable solar.
Solstice Co-founder and CEO Steph Speirs joins the Keller Center at Princeton University to discuss how Solstice aims to make solar accessible to all.
Shalanda Baker and Sara Chandler join Solstice Initiative’s Board to help empower BIPOC and low-income communities to transition to renewable energy.
MIT Sloan Sustainability Initiative features Sandhya Murali, Co-founder and COO of Solstice and a 2015 alumna of MIT’s Sustainability Certificate MBA program.
Solstice was selected to join 12 other ventures working to address global issues and create jobs at the 2020 Unreasonable Impact Americas program.
Steph Speirs, Co-founder and CEO of Solstice, joins Grouphug Solar for a webinar to explain community solar and how it works.
Solstice Co-founder and CEO Steph Speirs appears on the Watt It Takes podcast to discuss her background, experience, and making solar accessible to all.
Can capitalism and activism work together in movements of civil action? Jacqueline Novogratz, founder and CEO of Acumen, and Steph Speirs, Co-founder and CEO of Solstice, discuss the value of moral leadership.
MassCEC-led Syndicate Announces $1.9 Million in Funding to Support Clean Energy Startups Impacted by COVID-19
Solstice is one of eight clean energy startups receiving funding from Massachusetts Clean Energy Center’s $1.9 million initiative to support clean energy startups during COVID-19.