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.
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…
This report from the CESA aims to accelerate the implementation of solar in under-resourced communities in ways that provide meaningful, long-lasting benefits.
For Solstice, harnessing solar power isn’t just a matter of technology — it’s also a matter of access.
CNBC shines the light on how we plan on bringing solar to every American through pushing innovation. Featured are Solstice’s community solar solution and our new EnergyScore system.
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“A recent report from Bloomberg heralded a bold new milestone in the global transition to renewable energy: one trillion watts of installed solar and wind capacity worldwide. There’s just one problem.”
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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.
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