Solstice, Bright Power, Sol Purpose, Green City Force, and SolarOne will design, install, and manage community solar installations on 27 rooftops and parking lots at two developments, the first on NYCHA housing.
Steph Speirs from Solstice won both The ELLE Impact Woman Entrepreneur of the Year Award and the Banana Republic No Boundaries Award.
By BostInno, October 30, 2017 See The Article
Barre, MA – Today, Solstice announced that only 20 spots remain in a set of Barre, MA solar gardens, giving Worcester County households the chance to support local, clean energy and save on their electricity costs.
By Booz Allen Hamilton, June 20, 2016 Read The Article
By The Global Good Fund, February 17, 2017 See The Article
Conscious Company Media puts “a spotlight on the courageous female-identifying game-changers paving the way for positive global impact.”
Oxford, MA – Solstice, a Boston-based social enterprise dedicated to expanding clean energy access to all Americans, is excited to announce that the Barrett Street Solar Farm in Oxford, MA, is open to enrolling additional households.
Hudson Valley residents have shown their dedication to the environment for decades. Now, community solar is making it easier than ever to make a difference.
Whether you choose to divest from fossil fuels or sign up for community solar, you can change the world for the better in 2019.