As a content marketing fellow, Ian created and worked with all front-facing aspects of Solstice's content, ranging from social media to email newsletters. Ian studied environmental science at the University of Massachusetts Boston, where he applied his passion for climate change mitigation. In school, he became interested in discovering better strategies for environmental communication and pursued his career in digital and content marketing. When not at work, Ian can be found either playing sci-fi video games or going out to enjoy many of Boston's attractions and live events.
Thousands of villages across the world lack access to clean, safe food. For some however, going back to an old cooking method that uses the sun has proven to be life-changing. Around the world, people living in rural villages come home from a long day of work, only to leave the house again. They’re not…
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?
Complex challenges call for innovative, complex solutions. Thankfully, there’s a lot happening in the tech world to tackle the world’s most challenging problems. Electric Vehicles and the New Energy System “We are able to run on solar for 24 hours a day – our own solar. And it’s not just our house but also our…
“We’re always pushing our developer partners to be more inclusive and customer-friendly…We want them to design contracts that will be appealing to the customer and kind of a no-brainer.”
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.
For decades, we’ve been heating our homes with costly fossil fuels. These methods of home heating are unpredictable in pricing each month. Newer, cheaper technology is making some wonder: how can we move away from these home heating methods to one that makes environmental and financial sense? Introducing: passive solar heating. New homes don’t need…
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!
CNBC shines the light on how we plan on bringing solar to every American through pushing innovation. Featured are Solstice’s community solar solution and our new EnergyScore system.