Summer Solstice: The Longest Day of the Year

This coming Wednesday, June 21st, will be the Summer Solstice in the Northern Hemisphere. The Summer Solstice marks the beginning of summer and is the longest day of the year. On this day, EnterSolar’s clients will maximize the extra sunlight through their solar systems, which will turn every second of daylight into productive, renewable energy. At our headquarters in New York City, we are looking forward to enjoying 15 hours, 5 minutes and 37 seconds of sunlight. In celebration of the Summer Solstice’s benefits to our clients and the environment, we at EnterSolar have affectionately dubbed this day, “EnterSolstice.”

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EnterSolstice

Monday, June 20th marks the Summer Solstice, most commonly known as the first day of summer.  It’s also the longest day of the year.  At EnterSolar, the Summer Solstice means that our systems are able to capture and produce the most solar energy, which benefits both our clients and the environment. To celebrate the Summer Solstice and our clients’ commitment to a cleaner planet, EnterSolar has decided to rededicate the day as “EnterSolstice.”

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