Hudson Valley residents have shown their dedication to the environment for decades. Now, community solar is making it easier than ever to make a difference.
Solstice is bringing solar energy savings to Central Hudson customers! Here’s how it works, and a sneak-peek at the site where the electricity will be produced.
Solstice attended the Interactive 2019 conference, hosted by Elemental Excelerator in May. Entrepreneurs, investors, corporates, and changemakers — including Solstice’s own Steph Speirs — gathered to discuss how to make the future of business clean, equitable, and sustainable.
The Daily Freeman Newsletter gives Central Hudson Gas & Electric customers the how and why to sign up for community solar, save, and help raise funds for the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of the Catskills.
This piece in the Rivertown Magazine shares why solar with Solstice is the perfect addition to your summer.
For Solstice, harnessing solar power isn’t just a matter of technology — it’s also a matter of access.
Learn why community solar is often the cleanest, cheapest, and most equitable way to get your energy in New York.
Steph Speirs from Solstice won both The ELLE Impact Woman Entrepreneur of the Year Award and the Banana Republic No Boundaries Award.
Community solar farms in our area, such as the one in Laurens promoted by Solstice, and developed by Delaware River Solar, drop the cost of using solar for electricity.
We know that for the whole of the energy industry’s history, all the benefits in energy systems have been unevenly distributed. It’s time to make a change.
Earlier this year, Solstice introduced the EnergyScore, a new metric replacing traditional solar financing options.
From advancing access to community solar to improving energy storage, learn how Solstice and others are working to democratize access to clean energy.