Solstice’s research on inclusive community solar qualification standards, which went into creating the EnergyScore, has been cited in this new report by Vote Solar, GRID Alternatives, and Coalition for Community Solar Access…
Solstice is featured in a new article by Greentech Media on increasing access to affordable solar in the US. The article was released alongside a report by GTM Research, Wood Mackenzie and Vote Solar that maps out the industry’s future growth.
The UCLA Institute of the Environment and Sustainability has announced that Solstice Co-Founder & CEO Steph Speirs is among the top 20 candidates for the prestigious award.
Our Daily Planet’s Interview of the Week features Steph Speirs, Solstice Co-founder and CEO.
Renewable Energy World Announces Its Inaugural Solar 40 Under 40 Renewable Energy World Editors • July 6, 2018 Renewable Energy World features Steph Speirs on their first “class” of 40 under 40 changemakers in the solar industry.
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…
“By partnering with communities to help community solar take off and addressing key access barriers, Solstice is making solar a reality for underserved American communities and pushing the energy industry to addressing inequities that have existed since its inception.”
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.
Solstice’s Barre, Massachusetts Community Solar Farms Almost Fully Subscribed Kelsey Misbrener, Associate editor of Solar Power World. • June 13, 2018 “Solstice announced that only 20 spots remain in a set of Barre, Massachusetts, solar gardens, giving Worcester County households the chance to support local, clean energy and save on their electricity costs. The projects,
Solstice, Bright Power, Sol Purpose, Green City Force, and SolarOne will design, install, and manage community solar installations on 27 rooftops and parking lots at two developments, the first on NYCHA housing.