Be an Earth Hero

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April 21, 2020
A Group of people pose in front of a single family home with solar energy on the roof.

This Earth Day, we're celebrating Earth Heroes making the world a better place through their dedication to renewable energy access! Join them at Interconnection 2020 on May 7th!

Be an Earth Hero

 

 
 
Barry is an Earth Hero.
Along with using savings from his no-cost solar to defray medical expenses, Barry makes a monthly donation to GRID!  “I am honored to join so many other enlightened humans to take definitive action to mitigate the harm we are doing to our home planet." 

Two women lift a solar panel onto the racking.
Kristen Graf participating in GRID community solar install in Colorado
Kristen is an Earth Hero. As the Executive Director of Women of Renewable industries and Sustainable Energy (WRISE), Kristen Graf says “I’m thrilled to support organizations like GRID that help make the benefits and opportunities of solar accessible. I am excited that Interconnection is going to be virtual - I bought my ticket!” Kristen can now participate in Interconnection 2020 remotely from New York. You too can participate in Interconnection 2020 from wherever you are!

Sean White meets former President Obama and shows him his book
President Obama meets GRID member, Sean White!

 
 
 

Sean is an Earth Hero. "If I’m going to donate to anybody, I’m going to donate to GRID - it’s nothing but positive DC and AC energy!" says GRID member and Solar Works DC instructor Sean White. Sean, an industry expert, wrote the North American Board of Certified Energy Practitioners (NABCEP) approved solar study guide Solar Photovoltaic Basics, is shown here sharing a copy with President Obama. 

Brenda and other women in solar volunteers pose with solar panels
At a solar build, Brenda became a monthly donor
 
 
Brenda is an Earth Hero.
Brenda was inspired to become a monthly donor after attending We Build - a women-only solar install with her friend Christine. “GRID is a great organization that offers opportunities for diversity in the industry while offering solutions for low-income families to go green with clean energy,” said Brenda. “This really convinced me to support the GRID mission by becoming a member!” 

Tanksi and Adam pose together
Adam Bad Wound with TSAF Director Tanksi Clairmont
 

 
Adam is an Earth Hero.
In addition to being a GRID member, Adam Bad Wound is sponsoring Interconnection 2020. Adam is the founder of the Tribal Solar Accelerator Fund (TSAF), GRID's tribal-led initiative catalyzing solar energy and expanding solar job opportunities in tribal communities across the US, made possible by our incredible community of supporters.

You can be an Earth Hero, too. With GRID, you can be an Earth Hero today by purchasing a ticket to Interconnection! 100% of your purchase supports renewable energy for all! Your support means the world to us.

Be an Earth Hero