Students celebrate spring break while learning about solar systems and the Chemehuevi Indian Tribe...
Top energy policymakers, federal legislators and state and local energy experts came out in New York and Washington D.C. this week to help us celebrate the release of our new Low-Income Solar Policy Guide! Developed in partnership with Vote Solar and the Center for Social Inclusion, the guide gives a comprehensive overview of proven policies and program models for expanding access to solar power and solar jobs around the country.
Please join GRID Alternatives on March 29 at 7pm, at the New Parkway Theater in Oakland for a screening of the Emmy Award-winning documentary Chasing Ice in partnership with the New Parkway’s Doc Night series. Chasing Ice is the story of National Geographic photographer James Balog’s quest to document the Arctic’s retreating glaciers to deliver powerful evidence of climate change to our carbon-powered planet.
10 schools, 100 students and 1000s of dollars saved for low income families -- Solar Spring Break is officially on!
Great news! This past Wednesday the California Solar Job Census Report was released.
Austin, Texas-based SunPower employees give back to their community with four GRID Alternatives solar installations in Austin's Blackland neighborhood.
At the Solar Power International (SPI) tradeshow in September, we convened a panel of diversity experts to talk about the benefits of a diverse workforce, and what their companies have been doing to support diversity in their own workplaces. We learned a ton, and wanted to share the top takeaways!
We are excited to welcome Jocelyn DeLeon to the GRID Alternatives family as our new Outreach Assistant in the Central Coast South office.
Join GRID IE and local veterans by donating to our Troops to Solar initiative...