"I see the legal documents for solar all the time, but I wanted to get up close and personal with the installation process," said Karen, a WGL Holdings (WGL) employee and first time GRID volunteer. On November 4th, 2017, Karen was given the opportunity to learn the solar installation process – in person.
From coast to coast, SolarCorps Fellows have made a name for themselves, spending a year at GRID learning and growing before launching their careers in clean energy, workforce development, nonprofits and more.
“I have always believed that if the sun shines for everyone, its power should be a benefit for all.”
We're pleased to be working alongside with Liberty Hill on this initiative locally, and have specific support from them to hold our upcoming event in the Los Angeles Energy & Equity Policy Series (LEEPS) on September 28, 2017.
Representatives from Beneficial State Bank joined GRID Alternatives in providing solar on the home of Lizandra Garza of Lindsay, California
“If I could sum up today in a few words I’d say ‘satisfying, sweaty, heat’.” said Marcus Jones, Branch Manager at Wells Fargo. Seven volunteers from Wells Fargo, came out on sticky and hot, 95 degree day in July to install a solar system for a low-income homeowner in Baltimore’s Berea neighborhood, Mr. Darnell Edmond.
For those living with a serious illness, powering life-saving medical devices should be the last thing anyone needs to worry about.