On October 9th, we celebrated our volunteers by hosting a barbeque at our new Central Valley GRID office.
One word that Manuel would use to describe his Solarcorps experience is “blessed” because it opened new opportunities in life that he never thought he could achieve.
Representatives from Beneficial State Bank joined GRID Alternatives in providing solar on the home of Lizandra Garza of Lindsay, California
Students from across the Central Valley region got
GRID Alternatives Central Valley started with six team members and one t
Nien finds working outside with his hands, suits him.
Claire and Glaire Antonio, fraternal twin sisters from Lindsay, California, have spent the last four years honing the skill sets that will prepare them for life beyond graduation, including skills learned through solar!
High school, a time of growing, learning and answering the question “What are you going to do with the rest of your life?” One student in Fresno is already well on his way towards a future career in solar.
It was a hot day in Selma, California, but that didn't stop ten high school students from putting their classroom instruction to practical use on a local rooftop.
In celebration of Earth Day and their Global V