A family in the Penn North neighborhood today became the 100th low-income household in the mid-Atlantic region to convert its power supply to solar energy in partnership with a unique Washington D.C.-based nonprofit.
GRID in the News
In a ceremony Tuesday night at the Embassy of Finland, Department of Energy and Environment (DOEE) Director, Tommy Wells presented the 2016 District Sustainability Awards to recognize outstanding achievements and leadership in sustainability.
GRID Alternatives Mid-Atlantic has received Washington, D.C.’s 2016 District Sustainability Award from D.C.’s Department of Energy and the Environment (DOEE), in recognition of GRID’s achievements advancing sustainability and solar energy in the District.
How does a person who has spent 26 years in prison, lacks a high school degree, and has little job experience, become a highly-paid solar installation supervisor in three years?
Washington Gas partnered with GRID Alternatives to bring solar to Parkchester, a multifamily unit in Southeast DC.
Today, volunteers with Washington Gas helped install solar with GRID Alternatives on a multifamily site.
If you know of someone looking for a job, or specifically a career in solar, the free Solar Job Fair happening in D.C. on November 17 is an excellent start.
Nicole Steele from GRID Alternatives, Jon Rosa from Fuel Fund of Maryland, and Mirrel Simms the solar homeowner joined Environment Maryland as they released their report Shining Rewards at a home solar installation done by GRID Alternatives, a non-profit working to make solar practical and accessible for low income communities.
Cutting your utility bill in half and helping the planet all at the same time — that’s the goal of a new Baltimore solar program.
Local veteran Brian Haas celebrated the installation of a rooftop solar system on his new home that will save him and his wife $1,000 each year on their electricity bills. The work was done last Wednesday, September 21 by local volunteers and veteran job trainees led by GRID Alternatives Mid-Atlantic.