Bay Area News
GRID partners with the San Francisco Mayor's Office of Housing to provide both a complete roof replacement and a new solar system for a local homeowner in the Bay View.
Some look at a solar panel and see the promise of a low-carbon
For those living with a serious illness, powering life-saving medical devices should be the last thing anyone needs to worry about.
The 5th Annual Solar Job Fair, presented by GRID Bay Area in partnership with the Solar Training Network, welcomed over 175 jobseekers and 14 solar industry employers.
For this month’s staff spotlight, we take you to our North Coast satellite office to meet Matt Wheeler!
Dorothy Stallworth has seen a lot in the more than 40 years she has spent living in Menlo Park. But never, she shared, has she experienced anything like GRID Alternatives’ 12th Annual Solarthon, which recently filled her small Belle Haven neighborhood with more than 120 volunteers, job trainees, and partners on Saturday, June 10th.
Welcome to the next installment of our Staff Spotlight feature, where we share a brief interview to introduce you to some of our amazing staff members here at GRID Bay Area! This month we’d like to introduce you to our SolarCorps Outreach Fellow, Carmen Zamudio. She is sure to warm up your day, either by helping clients access GRID's services, or by getting you moving on the dance floor. Every day Carmen is doing her part to make the world a little more equitable. Keep checking back to meet more fabulous GRID Bay Area staffers!
Welcome to the next installment of our new Staff Spotlight feature, where we share a brief interview to introduce you to some of our amazing staff members here at GRID Bay Area! This month we’d like to introduce you to our Volunteerism & Development Fellow, Maranatha "Javi" Javines. Javi may root for the Dodgers, but they have a strong passion for making a direct social and environmental impact on the local community here in the Bay Area. Both in the field and behind the scenes, Javi is working to make the GRID volunteer experience as inclusive, meaningful and smooth as possible. Keep checking back to meet more fabulous GRID Bay Area staffers!
Enphase volunteers help GRID install solar on the Little Lake Grange community center in Willits, CA.
This past Saturday, Melvin Ray Jackson, a Marine Corps veteran who served in Vietnam, welcomed a special group of visitors to his Richmond home: local veteran leaders who joined GRID staff to install 4.25 kw of solar. The install, a part of GRID’s Troops to Solar Program, will save the Jackson’s more than $1,600 each year!