GRID Alternatives Colorado installs solar electric systems for low-income families throughout the state, providing families with needed savings and training Colorado workers for jobs in the growing solar industry. Be a part of the clean energy transition- become a client, volunteer or make a donation today!
Colorado has provided funding to GRID Alternatives to build a series of community solar installations for low-income residents, many in rural parts of the state.
The Colorado Energy Office is awarding $1.2 million in grant funding to GRID Alternatives, America’s largest non-profit solar installer, to implement a solar demonstration project for low-income communities in Colorado.
On a hot afternoon in late May, Clarence and Roberta Gessell signed their names to the back of their solar panel
When the sun shines on Grand Valley Power’s newest addition to its community solar farm, it will benefit low-income members of the Western Slope electric co-op