Solstice Co-Founder and CEO Steph Speirs talks Solstice’s mission, story, future, and why “one of the best opportunities of starting a company is getting to create the world as you think it should be instead of reflecting the world as it is.”
Mothers are the foundation of any family. Community solar can help alleviate the stress they face in paying monthly bills.
California is working to expand solar to more markets; Solstice will offer shared solar in Stockton to low- and moderate-income customers including renters and people with low or no available credit score.
The awardees honored by the Department of Energy’s Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy span from universities, utilities, private companies, to trade associations, proving that solar is progressing across the industry spectrum.
The Rockland County Times provides simple tips to help homeowners become more energy-efficient along with saving money and time.
Sarah Trafton from Hudson Valley 360 covers Solstice’s newest Ellenville project
Melissa, Elemental Excelerator Chief of Staff, recently sat down with Steph to talk about the inflection points in her life that led her to co-found Solstice and how the company is working to democratize access to renewable energy.
More and more “wacky” ideas are coming to fruition to solve the complex problems facing our planet, and many of the innovators and pioneers putting forth these solutions are women.
Solstice was named one of five 2019 American ventures for SheEO, an ecosystem that supports female innovators.
ELLE and INCO presented The Impact Woman Entrepreneur of the Year Award to Solstice Co-Founder and CEO Steph Speirs.