Working with lots of volunteers and people from all walks of life isn’t new to Adelaida Gonzalas. For 12 years now, she has been volunteering in her community.
We’re back in Denver after a spectacular week bringing our program state wide with our Solar Road Show, which included installations in Durango, Grand Junction and the Roaring Fork Valley.
Dear Journal, Today we entered the mountain community of Carbondale with our biggest volunteer turnout so far!
Dear Journal, Only in Colorado do you find yourself installing solar on Apple Street in a town named Fruita.
Dear Journal, Nestled in Southwestern Colorado, Durango is part mountain town, part high desert tourist location. But it's a small town with big possibilities.
GRID Alternatives hosted a Women in Solar panel discussion during Intersolar North America on the challenge of integrating more women into an industry that has been dominated by men.
Collaboration is key, especially when it comes to improving the condition of our homes and neighborhoods. Looking toward a bright and sustainable future, no one organization can do it alone. That’s why John Moyers and his family are smiling today, as they speak of their home renovation experience.
We're taking our team on the road for solar access in Colorado!
All last week, Certified B Corps around Colorado, the United States and the world came together to give back to their local communities as part of a global “Be the Change in our Communities” effort.