A Colorado county’s unwavering vision to reclaim a local brownfield and turn it into a “greenfield” is coming to fruition this month, with the completion of a community solar array that will harness renewable energy and help the local community for decades to come.
Colorado Governor Hicklenlooper attends the Colorado Community Solarthon, where volunteers and job trainees installed a rooftop community solar array on a municipal building to offset bills for qualifying customers of Fort Collins Utilities.
Many thanks to the 2016 Class of SolarCorps Fellows who devoted a year of service to GRID Colorado and the Tribal Program.
Scott Chapman started volunteering with GRID’s San Diego office after retiring from the Marine Corps. “I was trying to rediscover myself and figure out what I wanted to do next.”
GRID’s Workforce Development Manager, Allison Moe, got an unexpected trip down memory lane this month.
GRID Alternatives' community solar project developed in partnership with the Yampa Valley Electric Association (YVEA) has provided amazing opportunities to promote women in solar.
On Thursday September 22nd, twelve solar job trainees came together with hiring managers from four solar companies at GRID's office in Denver.
Guest blog from Programs Assistant, Lillian Chen.
The women of WE Build were preparing ourselves for a volunteer workday in Steamboat Springs. We headed out for the 148 kW array at Yampa Valley Electric Association, where we filled up on breakfast and coffee to charge us up for the day.
“Since my husband went on Social Security Disability we've just had to cut back and cut back and cut back,” said Debbie in Boulder, CO.