Shalanda Baker and Sara Chandler join Solstice Initiative’s Board to help empower BIPOC and low-income communities to transition to renewable energy.
Solstice was selected to join 12 other ventures working to address global issues and create jobs at the 2020 Unreasonable Impact Americas program.
MassCEC-led Syndicate Announces $1.9 Million in Funding to Support Clean Energy Startups Impacted by COVID-19
Solstice is one of eight clean energy startups receiving funding from Massachusetts Clean Energy Center’s $1.9 million initiative to support clean energy startups during COVID-19.
Solstice and Rolling Grocer 19 team up to give community members access to clean energy, healthy food, and a $100 enrollment bonus.
Solstice partners with Heroic Food, a nonprofit offering farmer training for veterans, to provide affordable clean energy to its members and supporters.
Solstice helps the Town of Ulster alleviate its carbon footprint with solar while giving residents approximately 10% of savings on their electric bills.
Solstice partners with Kingston Food Co-op to connect its members with community solar and to provide free co-op memberships to those in need.
Solstice partners with the Anderson Center for Autism to fundraise and provide affordable clean energy to its facility, employees, and households.
Solstice partners with Rock Steady Farm to provide clean energy and savings to the farm and its CSA members and raise funds for its Food Access Fund.
Solstice partners with the United Methodist Church of New City to give its members access to clean energy, which helps them live out their values and save on their electric bills.