Solarthon

“I’m very excited that DHS is the top solar city in the Coachella Valley,” said Desert Hot Springs Mayor Adam Sanchez, Sr. “GRID Alternatives has been a strong partner with the City as part of our Health and Wellness Initiative. It’s a win-win-win for us because families save on their energy costs, our students and job trainees gain skills that can help them land local jobs, and clean energy is produced right on people’s rooftops.” “I see hope and opportunity through solar for our residents and I especially encourage anyone interested in the solar industry to sign up and volunteer with GRID to get the experience needed to get those jobs,” said Sanchez.
GRID Alternatives Colorado is very excited to announce that work has officially begun on our first ever Community Solar project. In partnership with the Grand Junction based utility Grand Valley Power, GRID has broken ground on a ground-mounted solar system that will provide solar energy to 7 local families....
We are humbled by the generosity of our many volunteers, supporters and contributors - together we achieved a huge milestone: our 500th Solar Installation on the Central Coast!
On January 24th, 2015, GRID Alternatives Inland Empire will be coming to the City of Desert Hot Springs, CA to kick off Solarthon 2015, This initial solar installation will be the first of 9, culminating in a week long installation event and block party the week of April 6 – 11, 2015. With the support of Mayor Adam Sanchez Sr. and the City of Desert Hot springs, hundreds of corporate sponsors, community organizations, job trainees, and individuals will come together to install solar for these hardworking and deserving Desert Hot Springs families during that week while increasing awareness for solar energy, healthy living, and raising vital dollars to support and sustain GRIDs work throughout the Inland Empire!
November 3rd through 7th, 2014 proved to be quite the challenging week for 86 volunteers and staff that braved the fog and cool weather to complete 8 installations for GRID Alternatives’ Central Valley Solarthon 2014. The event was held at the Parksdale Subdivision of Self-Help Enterprises in Madera, California. GRID was once again fortunate to have earned the support from partners throughout the region that included
A HUGE Thank You to all our supporters, sponsors, and volunteers for the great turnout at Solarthon 2014!
GRID, our partners, our volunteers, and our homeowners all contributed for one day of installation for our 9th annual Solarthon!
For Solarthon 2014, GRID will bring solar to 8 Habitat for Humanity homes in Oceanview, San Francisco.
Our Solar Construction Intern found employment after logging hours with GRID. This Solarthon he'll be paying it forward!

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