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.
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.
Innovative Development Team Awarded Rights To Build Shared Solar On 73 Affordable Housing Buildings Across NYC
The projects will together account for up to two megawatts of additional clean energy production, enough to power approximately 350 underserved households.
Residents of New York State’s Central Hudson region will be able to save with new no-risk community solar contracts.
Solstice announced today that it would offer community solar to 400 households across Otsego, Delaware, Chenango, and surrounding counties…
Solstice celebrates joining the Warwick Valley Chamber of Commerce as part of its campaign to spread the benefits of solar across the region.
March 2, 2018- The Massachusetts Clean Energy Commission (MassCEC), announced today a $50,000 investment in Solstice under its AccelerateMass program.
BOSTON—Solstice, a finalist in this year’s cohort of the MassChallenge Boston accelerator, edged out other cleantech startups to earn a Massachusetts Clean Energy Center Scholarship of $5,000.
Baldwin, NY – This week marks the first for households and small businesses in Central New York and the state’s Southern Tier to enroll for a community solar subscription with a new, more customer-friendly contract.
BOSTON—Solstice, the first social enterprise dedicated to bringing solar power to every American, is now partnering with Clean Energy Collective, a leader in solar services, to bring clean energy to Massachusetts and…
BOSTON—Solstice, whose mission is to democratize access to clean energy, has joined forces with prominent solar developer BlueWave Capital to bring solar power to Massachusetts residents, especially to those who can’t install solar on their rooftop.