At GRID, our vision is to build a clean energy future that includes everyone and the realization of this goal will rely on our understanding of past and present stories of the people of color living in the communities we serve.
LaDios Muhammad is the Executive Assistant at GRID Alternatives Colorado, and a lifelong student of history. She sat down with us one afternoon to reflect on Black History Month, and reveals a hidden figure from the Civil Rights Movement who inspires her to keep persevering.
Clovis Honoré wears many hats: Minister, GRID Alternatives Outreach Coordinator, and now President of the NAACP San Diego. We sat down to talk with him about Black History Month and how he gives back through his roles at GRID and the NAACP.
What’s the secret to a clean energy transition that includes and benefits everyone? Community-led action and collaboration. Read on to learn how GRID Greater Los Angeles is making a positive impact in the San Fernando Valley through the Green Together Collaborative.
Donors from across Los Angeles (and beyond) helped us raise more than $11,000 for solar and storage that will directly replace dirty fuels.
Last month, over a dozen trainees got hands-on experience installing no-cost solar for a family in southeast San Diego as part of the NAACP’s Solar Equity Initiative.
Today, the D.C. Council chamber overflowed with interested citizens at the last legislative meeting of 2018. Clean energy supporters were there in large numbers--including a couple of us representing GRID Alternatives Mid-Atlantic.
As we glance back at 2018, there are many positive achievements that GRID can be thankful for here in the IE.
This month we would like to spotlight Ernest R