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Davetta Simpson has been a resident of Jurupa for 18 years. A mother of two with two grandchildren, she first heard about GRID through her participation in Community Action Partnership (CAP) Riverside’s home weatherization program.
The holidays are just around the corner, beginning with a season of thanksgiving.
GRID Alternatives is a great resource for job training and solar installation for the Inland Empire.
GRID Alternatives Inland Empire (GRID IE) recently hosted its annual summer soiree.
While hundreds of world leaders descended on San Francisco, GRID showcased California low-income solar policy in action with State Senator Kevin de León and other leaders in San Francisco’s Bayview community.
“I’m on a single income that I get at the beginning of the month, and by the 10th, I’m broke,” shares Mrs. Morris, noting that the lower energy bills brought by solar would be a big help, if it weren’t for the up-front cost.
Following the 2015 Valley Fire, GRID Alternatives Bay Area/North Coast  began looking for opportunities to pair rebuilt homes with solar and its associated cost savings. Earlier this month, on a scorching 119 degree day, the Wasik Family became the first fire survivors to receive a GRID solar system, nearly a year to the day after moving in to their rebuilt home.
To date, GRID Alternatives Mid-Atlantic has installed over 180 solar systems in the DC metro area.