Greater Los Angeles

As NAACP President and CEO Derrick Johnson has insisted, "Underserved communities cannot be left behind in a clean energy transition." Read More >
This is the latest in a series of regular profiles introducing the GRID Alternatives Greater Los Angeles staff. Read More >
We recognized some special award recipients who were onhand: Juan Campos is our Student of the Year. Isaiah Alvarez is our Trainee of the Year. Read More >
Of course, all the Galaxy's efforts along these avenues align perfectly with our work helping Carson go green. Read More >
We're committed to people like the low-income residents of Long Beach, and they'll be an important part of the transition we lead across the Southland's energy landscape. Read More >
"The amount of money this frees up for low-income families adds up to millions of dollars, and we're proud to be making Long Beach a stronger community in so many ways." Read More >
Now, we're building the foundation for a strong 2018 by announcing that our end-of-year fundraising campaign focuses on a pair of internships that will offer the potential for dramatic change to two returning citizens like David. Read More >
Michael Kadish became the inaugural recipient of LG's Solar Community Champion title, and accepted his award on behalf of the GRID Alternatives Greater Los Angeles organization during a televised appearance at half-court. Read More >
Solarthon is GRID Alternatives’ flagship community installation event, bringing together people from all walks of life – including individual volunteers, corporate sponsors, and community leaders – and with the completion of this achievement low-income residents of Los Angeless will benefit from over $200,000 in lifetime savings. Read More >
Solarthon kicked off at this start of this weekend with two great installs, perfectly highlighting the diverse cross-section of Los Angeles brought together in the name of solar. Read More >

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