GRID Alternatives has been selected by the California Air Resources Board to administer a new clean transportation project aimed at low-income residents. The One-Stop-Shop Pilot will streamline and improve access to clean transportation-related incentives available to income-qualified consumers around the state.
Community and state government leaders gathered today at the home of Rancho Cordova resident Brita West to celebrate an important milestone for nonprofit GRID Alternatives and the state’s clean energy efforts: 10,000 low-income California families served with solar.
Solar industry, renewable energy and environmental justice organizations and advocates applauded a decision today by the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) that will increase opportunities for low-income households to go solar, lower their utility bills, and participate in the state’s growing clean energy economy.
GRID Alternatives announced the rebranding of its solar installation program. The new Energy for All Program will continue to help low-income households, multifamily housing providers and utility partners across the country reduce electricity costs and generate community wealth with clean, renewable solar energy.
GRID Alternatives and Vote Solar today announced the release of their updated Low-Income Solar Policy Guide. First published in 2016, the guide is an online resource to help policymakers, utilities, and community leaders draw from proven strategies for expanding solar access that are being used in states and cities across the country.
GRID Alternatives Bay Area and Canal Alliance are teaming up with Marin community leaders to address the housing affordability crisis that is hitting immigrants and other low-income families the hardest.
GRID Alternatives, a national leader in making clean, affordable solar power and solar jobs accessible to low-income communities and communities of color, today announced the installation of its 10,000th solar electric system.
Trojan Battery Co., LLC, the world’s leading manufacturer of deep-cycle batteries, today announced an expansion of its support for GRID Alternatives’ International Program in 2018 via the supply of solar batteries to power various off-grid systems for the organization’s projects around the world.
IGS Energy announced a new multi-year partnership with GRID Alternatives, the nation's largest non-profit solar installer, building on previous support for the organization and its mission. The expansion of this important partnership builds on each company’s mission to extend clean, affordable solar energy to more communities throughout the United States and abroad.