Greater Los Angeles
"It's so cool to be able to do this," offers Hai, one of the young men sitting in the classroom. Hai wanted to be work in engineering many years ago, and now, he says, "The future is [looking] bright."
Our friends at Truman know that without concerned Americans across all sectors, we don't have a chance to move the needle on irreversible climate change. Thanks for giving so many attendees the chance to see an eye-opening documentary with a great discussion!
Last month, we were privileged and pleased to bring solar to the Hyatt residence in Gardena!
GRID Alternatives supports equity and second chances for all. We see the solar industry as a vehicle to open up opportunity for everyone, and in that spirit, we'll be highlighting success stories from returning citizens.
This is the first in a series of regular profiles introducing the GRID Alternatives Greater Los Angeles staff.
Thanks to active reaching out we did in April and May, GRID Alternatives Greater Los Angeles has a group of City Gardens residents who are especially invested in the installation. Two such residents are Juan Avalos, a City Gardens father of grown children, and his daughter Janette.
We're committed, as always, to a solar energy revolution whose benefits include everyone. That's why for the next multifamily partnership planned in the region, we intend to go one step further than the basic benefits of clean energy and ensure that residents of the multifamily housing project can be involved in installing our system!
Mayor Aja Brown stopped by our install site in Compton on May 7 to see what a non-profit that helps low-income people go solar while promoting good-paying jobs for good people really looks like!
During the fair, more than 200 resumes were collected, and the event drew well over that number of people throughout the day to network, probe L.A.'s hiring landscape, and have questions answered.