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GRID Alternatives partners with whole communities to bring solar power and solar jobs to low-income communities and communities of color.

Corporate Partnerships

Companies that invest in GRID Alternatives are investing in positive, measurable impacts in their community and demonstrating commitment to environmental sustainability. Corporate partners can support our work through sponsored workdays for their employees and/or investment in our local programs. Click here for a list of our organization-wide partnerships.

Job Training Partnerships

We partner with local job training organizations to provide students hands-on experience and networking opportunities, complementing classroom learning and preparing them for employment. 

Local Government & Municipal Partnerships

We partner with local governments throughout the region to help them address housing affordability, provide meaningful workforce development opportunities for residents, and meet their renewable energy goals.

Affordable Housing Partnerships

We partner with both single-family and multifamily affordable housing providers to develop solar projects that make their housing more environmentally sustainable, reduce electricity costs for residents, and provide solar workforce training opportunities for community members. Learn about our technical assistance program for multifamily housing.

Regional News

Environmental and social justice fellows from around the Bay Area met with UC Berkeley students at a first ever... Read more ›
Our 14th annual Solarthon was a huge success, raising over $72,000 dollars, installing solar for 18 families,... Read more ›
GRID Alternatives Bay Area is honored to have been recognized last month by the... Read more ›
We are so lucky to have Lindsay Riggs join our team as our new Native American Outreach Coordinator! Based in... Read more ›
GRID Alternatives' Solar Spring Break is a service-learning program that gives college students from around the... Read more ›
When it comes to making clean energy future that includes everyone, Ashley Gremel doesn’t just walk the walk... Read more ›
On a crisp and sunny January morning in East Palo Alto, a crew began to assemble in the front yard of a modest... Read more ›
The Bay Area has been lucky enough to have amazing volunteers and interns over the years. We want to introduce... Read more ›