This year, we hope to bring hundreds of new families the benefits of clean, limitless energy from the sun.
As we welcome this New Year, GRID Alternatives Inland Empire (GRID IE) reflects back on many accomplishments achieved in 2019.
GRID’s Women in Solar Program (WE Build) promotes a diverse and inclusive solar industry that includes women by providing valuable hands-on job training.
Five volunteers and six GRID staff volunteers from the United States donated their time to help make possible the installation of a solar system and a coffee roaster for a women’s coffee cooperative in El Regadio, Nicaragua.
Tammy Reilly was born in Germany and brought to the States at five years old.
GRID North Valley client Frank Funes, who lost his home in the 2018 Camp Fire, shares the impact of the recent power outages and how solar paired with battery storage would benefit his family.
The Timbisha Shoshone Tribe is located in one of the hottest desert regions in the world, Death Valley, California.
Earlier this year, the California Department of Community Services and Development (CSD) announced a new Community Solar Pilot Program.
Tesfaye and his family will move into their new Habitat for Humanity home in September. The solar panels on their roof, installed by GRID Alternatives Mid-Atlantic, will help the family save 60% or more on their monthly electric bills.
We reached another huge milestone in the North Valley!