GRID in the News

Working in the volunteerism department at GRID, it brings me great joy to see a volunteer take what GRID has to teach them and use it to land a great job. One they can be passionate about and proud of, as well as earn a good living for themselves and their families. Even better is when GRID receives the great benefit of finding a star volunteer who can contribute to GRID as a staff member and a wonderful addition to GRID’s family.

A group of Fresno Unified students are serving the community while gaining valuable trade experience. Over the next two days, their school day is spent on a roof helping install solar panels for someone in need.

Hundreds of job seekers attend a solar job fair hosted by GRID Alternatives in partnership with PG&E in Fresno, CA. 

PG&E and GRID Alternatives partner to bring solar to a Habitat for Humanity homeowner in Kern County.

Fresno State University "Alternative Spring Break" student leaders chose to work with GRID Alternatives this year. 

GRID Alternatives wrapped up its fifth Central Valley Solarthon in Madera yesterday with volunteers putting solar energy systems on rooftops for eight low-income families.

Eight families in Madera, California will save on their energy bills with solar thanks to GRID Alternatives and community partners like Lifestyle Solar.

Twelve Ceres High School Manufacturing Production & Green Technology Academy students helped to make two Madera low-income families more energy dependent by installing 10 solar units on their rooftops last week.

Seniors from Ceres High school install a solar electric system on a Turlock home.

Ten Ceres High School students spent two days last week atop a Delhi roof learning the real-life experiences of installing a 3,000-watt solar Photovoltaic power system.

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