Solar Futures

Darren Johnson is a senior at Desert Hot Springs High School REAL Academy and attended his second solar installation in early March of this year.
Samuel Edmond has lived in San Bernardino for over 30 years and has four children, two of which were adopted out of the foster care system.
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.
The SunPower Solar Academy is a week-long, intensive, work-based learning experience for high school students that includes lectures from professionals, hands-on activities and field visits. Student teams worked on a solar project to create a startup company and design a solar system for a client.
As students around the world are speaking up in favor of a transition to clean, renewable energy, GRID's Solar Futures program is working with high schools and youth programs across the country to bring clean energy to the classroom.
This summer GRID Alternatives Central Coast partnered with California St
Jennifer Huerta and Cesar Ledezma, rising-seniors at Desert Hot Springs High School, are in the middle of an incredibly unique solar internship.
Last month, Sacramento Academic and Vocational Academy (SAVA)
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).

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