GRID in the News

Crews are working on ten homes here. This project will save these families a lot of money and it could lead to jobs for some of these volunteers.

GRID Alternatives Central Valley gets ready for its annual Solarthon, in Goshen CA on April 27.

Five businesses and organizations and four individuals were inducted into the International Green Industry Hall of Fame during a ceremony at Fresno State last week.

Students from Porterville High School’s AERO — Alternative Energy Resource Occupations — Academy spent Tuesday and Wednesday installing solar panels and hanging an inverter on a local affordable-housing project.

Two Reedley families will soon be saving on their energy bills, thanks to a program made possible by Reedley Rabobank and GRID Alternatives.

Solar power is becoming a reality for some of California's low-income families. A non-profit organization is bringing the energy-saving benefits of the sun to those who need it the most by holding solar block parties to raise money.

Hundreds converged on a subdivision in Madera on April 21 to help nine low-income families save through solar power. With a number of independent solar contractors, private companies and job trainees pulling together, the 2012 Solarthon was a testament to the kind of support shown to nonprofit solar installer GRID Alternatives since it established a presence in the Central Valley three years ago.

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