Underserved communities have formerly been left out of the legislative process. So how do we ensure that they’re a part of the clean energy revolution?
The New York Times highlights the Global Climate Strike, goals set at the UN Climate Summit, and what you can do to contribute in the fight against climate change.
Echoing Green launches the first episode of their new podcast “On Course” by featuring Solstice co-founder and CEO Steph Speirs. In this episode, Steph covers her immigrant background, founding Solstice, and her purpose.
“The way we’ve gotten our electricity hasn’t changed in over a hundred years, but it will change in the next ten…ultimately, our obsession is: ‘how do we make this so easy and so affordable that everyone can do it?'”
Steph and one of our customers, Leslie, take a tour of one of our shared solar farms. Get a first-hand look at how community solar works and Leslie’s interaction with her share of the solar farm!
“I spent my early career working in investment banking, but after 6 years, I realized I wanted my career to make an impact on climate change.”
Solstice Co-Founders Steph Speirs and Sandhya Murali were featured on Mintz’s podcast, “From the Edge”. They talked with host Ben Stone about the benefits of community solar, the journey and challenges of founding a startup, women in entrepreneurship, and more.
Solstice Co-Founder and CEO Steph Speirs talks Solstice’s mission, story, future, and why “one of the best opportunities of starting a company is getting to create the world as you think it should be instead of reflecting the world as it is.”
The Warwick Valley Chamber Show hosted Solstice’s Community Outreach Coordinator Jackie Burke for a conversation about community solar and how Solstice can help Orange and Rockland customers save on energy.
Mothers are the foundation of any family. Community solar can help alleviate the stress they face in paying monthly bills.
California is working to expand solar to more markets; Solstice will offer shared solar in Stockton to low- and moderate-income customers including renters and people with low or no available credit score.
The awardees honored by the Department of Energy’s Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy span from universities, utilities, private companies, to trade associations, proving that solar is progressing across the industry spectrum.