Many people are initially concerned about getting just the right amount of community solar to offset their energy usage. So, what if you do need to use more electricity? Less? Will that affect your savings? Let’s break it down. Regardless of what you’re signing up for, opting into a contract can be a difficult decision.
The clean energy revolution is here, and solar is leading the way. As our country continues on this path to a cleaner future through solar power, though, we need to take a careful look at who is benefiting–and build a movement for equitable clean energy access. As in any major time of change, there will
Dick and Linda Rosin are Solstice subscribers from friendly Chemung who have gone the extra mile to help their friends get involved with community solar. The couple have been superstars at attracting the attention of people in their neighborhood. They used their friendly personalities and ability to connect with people to support their mission of
Community solar is taking off in New York and around the nation. This increasingly popular model allows you to enroll in a local solar farm and see savings on your energy bill. But as the industry grows, the number of available projects and contract options is growing–and it can be confusing. That’s why it’s more
Solstice was founded on the notion that every American should have access to affordable clean energy. We believe that community solar is the best way to make that happen. Here’s how it works: What is community solar? By allowing households like yours to enroll in a local “solar garden” and see savings on their electric bill,
What if you could sign up for solar energy without paying any extra costs? With community solar, now you can—and it’s much easier than you’d think. Millions of Americans can’t afford the upfront costs of a rooftop solar array, and thousands of others have been disappointed by the pricing schemes of third-party energy providers (or ESCOs). After
Solstice was founded on the knowledge that nearly four out of every five Americans can’t get access to rooftop solar, and the belief that community solar―a central solar installation to which nearby residents can subscribe, in exchange for renewable energy and electric bill savings― can bring affordable renewable energy to each of those households. This
We know our customers: They’re driven by their values, and the urge to bring solar to their local community. Many of them have even called us, seeking a way to spread community solar to their friends and neighbors. Now, there is one: becoming a Solstice Ambassador. Solstice connects residents like you to clean, affordable energy.
This past week, the Solstice team (and honorary canine solar ambassador, Kugo) took a trip to visit our new community solar farm in Dover, MA. This 1.4 MW facility supplies electricity to local residents at a discount, and sits on top of a capped landfill next to the town’s transfer station. It’s an ideal place for