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.
“A recent report from Bloomberg heralded a bold new milestone in the global transition to renewable energy: one trillion watts of installed solar and wind capacity worldwide. There’s just one problem.”
Community Solar Spread Slowed By Outrageous Contract Terms Frank Andorka, SolarWakeup • August 21, 2018 “50% to 75% of electrical consumers don’t have access to traditional customer-sited solar arrays. It would be a shame to leave that much of the market on the table when a fix like the one Solstice is proposing is…
Solstice’s research on inclusive community solar qualification standards, which went into creating the EnergyScore, has been cited in this new report by Vote Solar, GRID Alternatives, and Coalition for Community Solar Access…
Solstice is featured in a new article by Greentech Media on increasing access to affordable solar in the US. The article was released alongside a report by GTM Research, Wood Mackenzie and Vote Solar that maps out the industry’s future growth.
“By partnering with communities to help community solar take off and addressing key access barriers, Solstice is making solar a reality for underserved American communities and pushing the energy industry to addressing inequities that have existed since its inception.”
By Forrest Watkins