Greater Los Angeles
GRID Alternatives Greater Los Angeles will be a cooperating organization for the Los Angeles Business Council's Annual Sustainability Summit.
This year our SolarCorps Fellows honored Cesar Chavez's legacy as an educator, environmentalist, and civil rights leader through a service day on March 31st.
GRID Greater Los Angeles and their newly formed Workforce Development Committee met for the first time in late March.
GRID Alternatives volunteer Katharine Johnston writes a guest post for the GLA blog about her volunteer experience.
The women of GRID Greater Los Angeles attended the first Women in Green Power Breakfast of 2014, centered around an inspiring conversation between Ana Guerrero, the Chief of Staff to Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti, and sustainability leader, Heather Rosenberg.
Three branches of the U.S. Military joined forces to install a 3.4 kilowatt AC solar electric system for the King family in South Los Angeles on Friday February 21st. This project came to be through the efforts of Geoff Harjo, a U.S. Army Veteran who has served in Iraq and Afghanistan and who is currently completing a 6-month fellowship with GRID Alternatives through The Mission Continues.
Deep Patel, CEO of GigaWatt Inc, joins the GRID Greater Los Angeles Board of Directors.
"All of the recipients [of solar through GRID's program] in my neighborhood are now fully aware and conscious of environmental issues, and now have a greater sense of importance when it comes to doing our share in protecting our environment."
As a new year begins at GRID Alternatives Greater Los Angeles, we?re rolling up our sleeves and gearing up for another successful year. This year we?re looking to outdo ourselves by building on last year?s success as we aim to increase access to solar power in the communities we serve. Is it all talk? No way, we got the numbers to prove it!
On Friday, December 13th, GRID Alternatives Greater Los Angeles hosted its annual Volunteer Appreciation Social. With more than 100 guests in attendance, positive energy flowed throughout the GLA warehouse. Attendees included experienced team leaders, generous volunteers who have donated their time over the years, as well as job trainees and professors from our various partner job training groups.