Volunteers

Mr. James Lawrence Jr. takes a walk through his San Bernardino neighborhood daily. During one of his daily morning walks, he observed a new solar system that had recently been installed on a neighbor’s home.
GRID’s Solar Spring Break is a national alternative break program that has grown from six schools in 2014 to 22 schools in 2019, creating opportunities for students to make a difference in low-income communities while getting hands-on training in renewable energy.
When it comes to making clean energy future that includes everyone, Ashley Gremel doesn’t just walk the walk -- she picks up a paddle and starts rowing!
Earlier this month, The Solar Foundation released the 2018 National Solar Jobs Census. Meet some folks who started their solar careers with GRID!
A partnership between Stone Soup Fresno, Reading and Beyond, and GRID Alternatives Central Valley paved way for a wonderful solar system funded through the City of Fresno Community Development Block Grants Program (CDBG), to be installed on Stone Soup Fresno.
For the first time, GRID Alternatives Central Valley hosted 40 students visiting from Universidad Autónoma Chapingo located in Mexico. This university is the alma mater to one of our own Solar Installation Supervisor’s, Daniel Lomas. Universidad Autónoma Chapingo is an ...
Evan got his start in the solar industry by volunteering with GRID Alternatives. Last year, Evan decided to give back to the organization that opened the door to his new career.
“As an immigrant and a woman, I’ve always been fighting for human rights and social justice.”
At age 21, Chiena knew there was more she could do for the environment.

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