Volunteers

Five volunteers and six GRID staff volunteers from the United States donated their time to help make possible the installation of a solar system and a coffee roaster for a women’s coffee cooperative in El Regadio, Nicaragua.
GRID Alternatives Colorado hosted 97 women at the 4th annual We Build.
This August, volunteers from U.S. Bank joined the GRID Alternatives Colorado team in Thornton, CO to install the 3.7-kilowatt solar system on the Otterson family home.
Tammy Reilly was born in Germany and brought to the States at five years old.
Last month GRID Alternatives North Valley staff participated in NeighborWorks Sacramento’s 30th Annual “Paint the Town” neighborhood improvement event.
Leandrus is a Nicaraguan engineer who volunteered with GRID Alternatives to give back to his country and the experience ended up changing his life. Leandrus shares his motivation to become a volunteer and how he used that experience to switch careers and help his country provide for its citizens in a sustainable way.
Hannon Armstrong's corporate workday installation with GRID Mid-Atlantic provided an opportunity for Hannon Armstrong’s employees to see the direct impacts of renewable energy investment, and for some, see a solar installation for the first time.
The Timbisha Shoshone Tribe is located in one of the hottest desert regions in the world, Death Valley, California.
Earlier this year, the California Department of Community Services and Development (CSD) announced a new Community Solar Pilot Program.

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