Solar Futures

GRID Alternatives Mid-Atlantic joined Constellation Energy and The National Energy Education (NEED) Project to educate a group of high school students from Paul Laurence Dunbar High School about possible job opportunities in the clean energy field.
It was a hot day in Selma, California, but that didn't stop ten high school students from putting their classroom instruction to practical use on a local rooftop.
As a little girl, Jackie loved working on home improvement projects with her father. She has been interested in construction for as long as she can remember.
GRID Alternatives Mid-Atlantic kicked-off our Solar Futures program this month at Phelps Architecture, Construction, and Engineering High School. Solar Futures is a national GRID program working to provide opportunities to K-14 students to learn more about solar power and illuminate career pathways in the booming solar industry.
This year, Darlin Velasco found herself in a situation that nearly every high school student experiences as graduation draws near: weighing numerous future career pathways and post-graduation options. Darlin knew she was interested in a career in engineering, but still felt apprehensive about her future.
GRID IE's focus on income-qualified homeowners and job trainees delivered...
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Can one person really change the world? I had my doubts, until I met Jeff Rivero. He has just been presented with the Presidential Innovation Award for Environmental Educators and named the EPA Teacher of the Year for his many accomplishments and contributions he makes toward improving the environment and society, producing a better tomorrow for future generations.
GRID IE kicks of the 2016-17 school year with Solar Futures...
The women of WE Build were preparing ourselves for a volunteer workday in Steamboat Springs. We headed out for the 148 kW array at Yampa Valley Electric Association, where we filled up on breakfast and coffee to charge us up for the day.