Bay Area News

When I told the team in January that I would be transitioning out of my role as Executive Director to work on the 2020 election, I never thought that my last few months would be spent helping to chart a course for the organization through a global pandemic while the nation grapples with heartbreaking examples of police brutality and systemic racism. Read More >
Safety is a core GRID value. With the rapid spread of the new coronavirus (COVID-19), we want to share with you the response GRID is taking to slow the spread of the virus and limit potential exposure for our staff, our partners, our volunteers and trainees, and the communities we work with. Read More >
En un estado donde el 30% de la población es de habla hispana, y siendo GRID una organización que provee servicios a muchas comunidades de habla hispana, los miembros de GRID Juan Bernal, Melissa Bergsneider and Luis Amar se dieron cuenta que algo faltaba en nuestros programas del Área de la Bahía: una manera para que nuestra comunidad de voluntarios, aprendices y clientes de habla hispana puedan participar en instalaciones solares de GRID completamente en su lengua natal. Read More >
GRID Bay Area's North Coast branch office has been partnering with California's tribal communities to bring solar savings and job training to indigenous families since 2013, installing 896 kilowatts DC to date on tribal lands in the region. Join all of us at GRID Bay Area in observing Indigenous Peoples' Day on Monday, October 14th. Read on for a list of ways you can support Bay Area Indigenous Peoples. Read More >
Every fall, GRID Bay Area hosts Women in Solar programming thanks to support from the We Give Donor Circle. Led by our 2018/2019 SolarCorps Workforce Development Fellow, Gwen Chang, 2019 was a full week of Women in Solar programming - 9 total events over the span of 6 days! These included 3 webinars, 2 solar installs, a practice roof session, resume review workshop, networking happy hour, and a women in solar leadership panel discussion. And what a week it was! Read on for the highlights. Read More >
Dalton Bruce was a recent summer intern at the GRID Alternatives North Coast office. Read on to learn about Dalton's experience in his own words. Read More >
As an ally for this year’s Global Climate Strike, GRID Bay Area has compiled a list of daily pledges in solidarity with the climate activists that are walking out of their homes and workplaces to demand an end to the age of fossil fuels. We may not all be able to strike, but we can pledge to make a small change each day during the week of September 20th -27th to limit our carbon footprint and show our support! Pick a day, pick a pledge, or make your own - but we hope you’ll join us and millions of activists around the world in supporting climate justice for everyone! Read More >
As part of GRID Alternatives’ vision of a transition to clean, renewable energy that includes everyone, GRID recently launched an initiative to make electric vehicles more accessible to the communities we serve.  Read on to learn more and for Q&A with Terea Macomber, GRID's Electric Vehicle Project Manager. Or come out to an upcoming EV Ride and Drive event here in the Bay. Read More >
This July, GRID Bay Area’s Troops to Solar training partnership with local veterans services organization, Swords to Plowshares, completed a second successful training after wrapping up its pilot cohort earlier this year in the spring. The partnership aims to reduce the barriers to employment for local veterans interested in the rapidly growing solar industry through pre-employment job readiness training, hands-on training, and employment opportunities. Read More >

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