BuiltIn identifies Solstice as one of 21 solar energy companies spreading solar responsibly in 2021, highlighting our commitment to expanding solar access.
The Yale Center for Business and the Environment hosts Solstice Co-founder and CEO Steph Speirs on its Blueprint for Clean Energy webinar series.
Depicting Solstice as a “market-maker and problem-solver to connect ratepayers with community solar,” the article sheds light on some persistent barriers to equitable clean energy access.
Solstice Raises $3.1M to Offer Affordable and Inclusive Renewable Energy to Households Across the United States
Solstice raises $3.1 million for community solar and other affordable renewable energy projects. The funding will be used to expand Solstice’s operations to additional states in 2021 following a year of unprecedented household impact and revenue growth.
In this episode of “Flipping the Barrel,” Steph explains the “why” behind solar and the ways in which it can help facilitate equitable energy access.
The Columbia Paper of Columbia County, New York showcases Solstice’s partnership with the town of Ancram, a Climate Smart Community.
In its renewable energy startup guide, AltEnergyMag showcases Solstice’s distinctive mission to make solar accessible to those who aren’t able to get it.
Boston Business Journal highlights three leading examples of fast-growing, BIPOC-owned firms, including Solstice, as “hidden gems” among its Fast 50 list.
Solstice Co-founder and CEO Steph Speirs appears as the first guest on the Environmental Defense Fund’s new podcast, Degrees.
Solstice Co-founder and CEO Steph Speirs appears on Episode 18 of the My Climate Journey podcast to explain the importance of accessible, affordable solar.
Solstice Co-founder and CEO Steph Speirs joins the Keller Center at Princeton University to discuss how Solstice aims to make solar accessible to all.
Shalanda Baker and Sara Chandler join Solstice Initiative’s Board to help empower BIPOC and low-income communities to transition to renewable energy.