GRID Alternatives Mid-Atlantic landed on the map “not with a whisper, but with a bang, a big bang,” as District of Columbia Housing Authority Director Adrianne Todman put it. Around 300 people came out to help us install 19 kW of clean, renewable solar power for ten deserving families, and spread the word that solar can and should benefit everyone.
We're launching our Solar Affordable Housing Program in the Mid-Atlantic region! The EPA's Gina McCarthy, HUD’s Julian Castro, & White House officials came out to celebrate with us and shine a spotlight on access to solar power for low-income families.
California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) staff spend a lot of time
U.S. EPA administrator Gina McCarthy visited a GRID Alternatives installation in Long Beach, CA to learn about our work, meet a low-income homeowner benefiting from solar and talk with job trainees about their solar futures.
We're joining President Obama and over 300 other companies, organizations and public agencies in making major new commitments to deploy renewable energy. In support of the Obama administration’s national renewable energy goals, we're committing to help install 100 MW of solar power on affordable single-family and multifamily homes across the country by 2024.
We are so excited to be honored in Washington D.C. as a White House Champion of Change, joined by an inspiring group of people and organizations who are leading the way for solar deployment in the United States.
The Governor's signature on the Equitable Access to Solar Energy Bill (AB217) means continued access to solar for struggling California families.
Congratulations to Ron Binz, Chair of the GRID Alternatives Colorado Board of Directors, for being nominated by President Barack Obama to be the next Federal Energy Regulatory Commission chairman!
GRID families support the Equitable Access to Solar bill - and share their stories why.
AB 217 ensures that the benefits of solar continue to reach low-income families and communities that need the energy cost savings and jobs the most.