It turned out to be a huge month for our office, which enjoyed some massive events and some serious attention from the press.
GRID Alternatives’ mission of making clean, affordable renewable energy
Eduardo Zermeno has resided in San Bernardino for 27 years. Eduardo worked as a truck driver for many years and did various contract work including installing alarm systems until an injury forced him to go on long-term disability, which caused a financial burden.
GRID Alternatives' unique program model leans on the generous help of volunteers who serve our clients and community.
I learned that you don’t need a big space to make a big impact on a community. This entire week was amazing because I felt like part of a team and included in something bigger than myself..,.
We are inspired this month by our Earth Heroes - our trainees, volunteers, clients, SolarCorps Fellows, staff are all commited to making our Earth a better place. Take a moment to see what incredible things our heroes are doing for renewable energy.
In February, 11 RES employees traveled to Nepal with GRID's International Program to install solar on an off-grid wildlife observation tower in Bardia National Park. Fergal Duffy, Contracts Manager in RES's UK office, shares his experience through a short prose.
Bread, milk, fruit, veggies, beans, cereal…some of the
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.