April 22, 2016

Media Contact:
Jonah Bader

BOSTON—Solstice, the first social enterprise dedicated to bringing solar power to every American, is now partnering with Clean Energy Collective, a leader in solar services, to bring clean energy to Massachusetts and help homes, community organizations, and small businesses save money on their electric bills.

Clean Energy Collective has already built a solar farm in Uxbridge, and Solstice is working to enroll ratepayers in the area who cannot put solar panels on their roof because they rent, get too much shade, or face other technical and financial obstacles. By subscribing to a community solar project, at no cost, Massachusetts residents can enjoy a 10% monthly savings on their electric bills.

“We are excited to be collaborating with Clean Energy Collective,” said CFO Sandhya Murali, who manages business development partnerships for Solstice. “They have a wealth of expertise in solar development, and we are certain that this partnership will help us carry out our mission of expanding access to clean energy.”