GRID Alternatives North Coast leads teams of volunteers and job trainees to install solar electric systems for low-income families, providing families with needed savings and community members with hands-on training. Although active in the region since 2009, GRID launched a full service North Coast Office in 2014 to better serve rural and Tribal families in this region. This was made possbile thanks to a generous donation from an anonymous donor of the San Francisco Foundation. To date we have made solar happen for over 230 families on the North Coast!
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Welcome to our February edition of our Staff Spotlight feature, where we share a brief interview to introduce you to some of our amazing staff...
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