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January 19, 2023

Celebrating Lunar New Year with Microgrids in Chinatown

In 2000, a major power outage hit Chelsea, a city seated across the river from Boston. They suffered a total power loss, giving community leaders an energy resiliency wake up call. In 2021, local organizations… Continue Reading

December 20, 2022

Social Media Toolkit: Bringing Community Perspectives to Community Solar

Not all community solar is created equal. As part of our effort to ensure that community solar implementation can serve all communities, Solstice Initiative has been pioneering research into contracts to gain perspective on how… Continue Reading

December 20, 2022

Equitable Energy Efficiency

It’s no surprise that energy bills increase with winter weather. The shock this year is just how much prices are rising. Energy providers are using increased demand, inflation, and world conflict as reasons to raise… Continue Reading

August 1, 2022

The Dark Side of Solar

Every year, approximately 114,678 thousand megawatt-hours of electricity are generated from utility-scale solar panels in the United States. That’s 2.2% of the United States' annual electricity consumption. Since the cost of solar panels has dropped… Continue Reading

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