If you rent an apartment or a house, you might think solar is out of the question. After all, you can’t just decide to put panels on your roof one day. So how do renters get solar for apartments? I chose to join the solar industry because clean energy is essential to our future. But
Some doubt whether lower-income people and people from marginalized communities even want renewable energy. Our experience and an increasingly vocal movement for low-income solar say otherwise. Overcoming barriers that reach well beyond the solar industry and into the depths of our financial system. Reversing decades of inequity in the renewable energy industry that have left
Community solar allows people to subscribe to a nearby solar farm and see savings on their electric bill–and it’s a major and growing part of New York State’s solar landscape. Here’s what you need to know to get involved and support New York community solar in 2019. Community Solar Poised to Grow The NY State
Solar has taken off in America, with more homeowners and tenants benefiting from clean energy and utility bill savings than ever before. But landlords and property owners have taken a more tentative approach to the market, given the extra effort and investment required to put panels on the rooftop and the lack of readily apparent
Say you want to switch to renewable energy. Say the cost for attaching solar panels to your home is outside of your budget. Say your roof doesn’t get enough sun exposure anyway. Say you don’t own your home—say you rent an apartment.
It is our mission and our daily work to bring solar energy to every American household. In the years since our founding, we’ve gotten to know intimately the barriers people face in trying to go solar, and we believe that we have an answer: community solar. Community solar allows you to subscribe to a solar
Solstice was founded on the idea that every American should have access to affordable solar energy. Building solar is now almost universally cheaper than fossil fuel plants, and industry experts say that solar costs will continue to fall. But a shocking 80 percent of Americans are locked out of the rooftop solar. How Many Americans