To engage one million students in the process of scaling up solar power at 100% schools globally.
Million Solar Stars (MSS) inspires students and educators to scale up solar power at schools around the world. We believe investing in the development of student leadership and STEAM skills is smart, and connecting schools with solar resources is good for education, the environment, and the long-term economics of our learning institutions.
Involving students in the process of deploying solar power prepares our youth with skills to become the clean energy workforce necessary for a rapid transition to the clean energy economy. With CleanTech industry supporters, celebrities, influencers, and everyday stars, we are fast-tracking solutions to some of the world’s greatest challenges. Align with Million Solar Stars and power our greatest resource – the creativity of our youth. The Students are the Stars!
“Solar power is going to be absolutely essential to meeting growing energy demands while staving off climate change.”
– Ramez Naam, Clean Energy Advocate, and Award-Winning Author
According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, electricity production was responsible for the largest share of greenhouse gas emissions of any sector at 29% in 2015. Ramping up the engagement of students in the process of expanding solar installations reduces carbon emissions while providing innovative, real-world learning opportunities, and offers considerable long-term financial savings for schools.
Chief Star Organizer & Executive Director
Adam inspires students, educators, and community members to participate in clean energy learning activities through the Solar Star Challenge. As a science teacher and impact-driven social entrepreneur, he works with students to develop organizational and STEAM leadership skills with a focus on accelerating the transition to a clean energy economy. Adam works with students, educators, business leaders, policymakers, and celebrities to leverage resources to scale up solar power technologies at schools globally. Read more >