About

GRID Alternatives New York Tri-State officially opened its doors in 2014 to make solar power and solar jobs accessible to underserved communities in New York, New Jersey and Connecticut. We kicked off the program in fall 2013 with installations across the region in partnership with several local job training and affordable housing organizations. Now, our work predominantly focuses on solar for multifamily housing. Beginning in 2017, due to a generous grant from the JPB foundation, affordable housing developers can receive no-cost technical assistance to determine whether or not their properties are suitable for solar. We also offer a mission-based, "one-stop shop" process for implementing solar power on qualified multifamily properties.

Regional News

NY1 - Bronx based company offers low-cost solar panel installation to help low-income residents save on their... Read more ›
On August 1st, students from Yonsei University in Seoul visited the GRID NY Tri-State office in the South Bronx... Read more ›
“The green economy is right now, and it’s right here on this roof.” Read more ›
Passionate about cycling, raising awareness about climate change, and supporting GRID? Participate in one of... Read more ›
U.S. Interior Secretary Sally Jewell and Shinnecock Tribal leaders brought attention to how tribal communities... Read more ›
Workers with Grid Alternative install solar panel as low-income homes in East Camden get solar panels installed... Read more ›
As part of their Global Giving Week, NRG volunteers came out to help three families go solar in California and... Read more ›