“The way we’ve gotten our electricity hasn’t changed in over a hundred years, but it will change in the next ten…ultimately, our obsession is: ‘how do we make this so easy and so affordable that everyone can do it?'”
Echoing Green launches the first episode of their new podcast “On Course” by featuring Solstice co-founder and CEO Steph Speirs. In this episode, Steph covers her immigrant background, founding Solstice, and her purpose.
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.
“We’re always pushing our developer partners to be more inclusive and customer-friendly…We want them to design contracts that will be appealing to the customer and kind of a no-brainer.”
Underserved communities have formerly been left out of the legislative process. So how do we ensure that they’re a part of the clean energy revolution?
Steph Speirs is a 2019 Dial Fellow, alongside amazing entrepreneurs in areas from electric air travel to Polynesian voyaging!
These 11 startups are creating new technologies and strategies to change how populations create and harness energy.
The New Jersey Equitable and Resilient Solar + Storage Policy Roadmap outlines how New Jersey can help 250,000 low-income families go solar by 2030.
This report from the CESA aims to accelerate the implementation of solar in under-resourced communities in ways that provide meaningful, long-lasting benefits.
Solstice and ForeFront Power have announced that two community solar farms have turned on for customers of Orange & Rockland and Central Hudson utilities.