GRID Alternatives continues to make a huge impact on the communities we serve, despite this challenging Covid-19 pandemic year. Here’s an overview of GRID Alternative Inland Empire’s (GRID IE) accomplishments in 2020:
This year, Interconnection went online for the first time ever. Instead of gathering in San Francisco, we were able to broadcast our speakers and honorees directly to people’s living rooms. Although we missed seeing everyone in person, it was a wonderful opportunity to connect remotely with our GRID family across the globe - nearly 200 households tuned in to watch the live event!
The excitement they felt is a lot like the excitement our California-based trainees, volunteers, and other partners feel almost every day!
We’re thrilled to have been selected to administer the program
Taking Charge of Your Energy Use.
As part of GRID Alternatives’ vision of a transition to clean, renewable energy that includes everyone, GRID recently launched an initiative to make electric vehicles more accessible to the communities we serve. Read on to learn more and for Q&A with Terea Macomber, GRID's Electric Vehicle Project Manager. Or come out to an upcoming EV Ride and Drive event here in the Bay.
This is an interview with Terea Macomber, GRID Alternatives’ Electric Vehicle Project Manager. Terea visited San Diego in June 2019 for the San Diego office’s first Electric Vehicle (EV) Ride and Drive -- one of many Terea is helping to host throughout California.
As a full-time student, Vitto Riazzo wasn’t sure how he could afford to replace his old car once it started breaking down. With GRID’s help, he now owns an electric vehicle powered by solar -- and more programs are becoming available to make clean vehicles accessible to all!
Momentum is building for a successful transition to clean, renewable energy that includes everyone.
“It’s an electric vehicle car show, let’s get some trunks and