GRID Alternatives’ Solar Spring Break (SSB) Program, sponsored by Wells Fargo, is a national alternative break program that creates opportunities for students to make a difference in low-income communities while getting hands-on training in renewable energy.
The year 2020 is getting off to a great start with GRID Alternatives Inland Empire (GRID IE) accomplishing the first Solar Futures install of the year in Perris, California.
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.
Schoolteacher Jonathan Fong lives in a modest row home on a steep hill in the Oceanview neighborhood of southwest San Francisco, a city whose housing costs are so high, a teacher’s salary is barely enough to live on.
The Timbisha Shoshone Tribe is located in one of the hottest desert regions in the world, Death Valley, California.
About a year and a half ago, the Ledesma family was able to obtain their dream of homeownership thanks to the Coachella Valley Housing Coalition (CVHC).
These 569 kW of donated equipment will also unlock 15,000 hours of hands-on training through GRID's unique community participation model.
Members of the Wiyot and Rosebud Sioux tribes will benefit from clean, affordable energy for generations to come, thanks to panel donations from GRID’s newest equipment partner, Jinko Solar.
Maria Ocampo moved into her home in Jurupa Valley 12 years ago. Since then, Maria and her two children have worked diligently to transform her house into a home, planting fruit trees around the property and hanging hand-drawn pictures from her daughter around the house.