The Rockland County Times provides simple tips to help homeowners become more energy-efficient along with saving money and time.
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The New York Times highlights the Global Climate Strike, goals set at the UN Climate Summit, and what you can do to contribute in the fight against climate change.
“The third Yale finalist, Stephanie Speirs ’13 B.A., has made affordable solar access her mission. Her startup, Solstice, allows renters and low-income consumers to access community-shared solar farms…”
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.
The Warwick Valley Chamber Show hosted Solstice’s Community Outreach Coordinator Jackie Burke for a conversation about community solar and how Solstice can help Orange and Rockland customers save on energy.
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.
By Sierra Magazine, March 6, 2018
Solstice CEO Steph Speirs joins WIOX radio to explain how residents in Chenango, Otsego, Delaware, and surrounding counties can save 10% on their utility bill by enrolling in a community solar garden at no cost.
On this episode of World-changing Women, Steph Speirs explains how she built Solstice and why she feels we all need to use our voices for change.