Greater Los Angeles
This is the latest in a series of regular profiles introducing the GRID Alternatives Greater Los Angeles staff.
GRID Alternatives Greater Los Angeles was proud to host some of the City of Los Angeles’ most prominent policy makers, including keynotes from Lauren Faber (Chief Sustainability Officer, City of Los Angeles) and Nancy Sutley (Los Angeles Department of Water and Power).
Solar has the potential to bring dramatic savings to both operators and tenants. But state solar rebate programs are extremely popular.
In 2018, California will launch the largest solar on affordable housing rebate program to date, and Los Angeles happens to be home to the most rebate-eligible properties of any county in the state.
STAND-L.A. and its partners held a rally at the Archdiocese office site on the Los Angeles Miracle Mile to bring attention to the injustice of the oil lease this week.
Like GRID Alternatives teams in other regions of the United States, we're enthusiastic about the untapped talent that the solar industry can unlock in our recently-released men and women.
Thanks to more than two dozen stellar panelists and keynote speakers who contributed to making our September 14 event a step forward for energy equity in L.A.!
We're pleased to be working alongside with Liberty Hill on this initiative locally, and have specific support from them to hold our upcoming event in the Los Angeles Energy & Equity Policy Series (LEEPS) on September 28, 2017.
The Greater Los Angeles Outreach team brought some of its familiar GRID Alternatives magic to North Long Beach over the weekend, where we held an informative multi-part workshop.
These 569 kW of donated equipment will also unlock 15,000 hours of hands-on training through GRID's unique community participation model.