Solstice was awarded a grant of $1.5 million by the US Department of Energy’s Solar Energy Technologies Office to research and develop technologies that expand the use and lower the cost of solar for underserved communities.
BOSTON—Yesterday, Solstice Initiative was awarded an $800k grant by the U.S. Department of Energy SunShot Initiative through the Solar Energy Evolution and Diffusion Studies 2 (SEEDS2) program.
Since its inception, Solstice has committed itself to and sought to practice the values of equity, diversity, and inclusion.
SAN FRANCISCO—Beating out a competitive field of startups, Solstice won the coveted #worldpositive prize at the 2016 Global Entrepreneurship Summit hosted by the White House in Silicon Valley.
BOSTON—This week, Solstice won TakePart’s “Re-Visionaries” Contest, which pitted 10 social enterprise finalists in an online competition, and secured the $5,500 grand prize from Kia.
BOSTON – Solstice, a Boston-based startup dedicated to expanding access to affordable solar power, is joining the prestigious Techstars Boston 2017 Program.
We are delighted to report that Solstice was announced as a Finalist for the Echoing Green Climate Fellowship.
Cambridge, MA – The Park Foundation, a family foundation that focuses on education, public broadcasting, and the environment, has pledged to support Solstice’s community solar education and movement-building work in New York…
Elemental Excelerator announced today that it will invest up to $750,000 in Solstice Power Technologies to expand its community solar services to California.
Solstice formed its first town partnership with the Town of Gallatin, New York. By partnering with Gallatin, Solstice has helped enroll 60 properties in community solar, including the Town Hall and Town Court.