GRID In the News

So far, solar panels have been installed on 175 homes in Pacoima, including the Zúñigas. The program is being led by the grassroots group Pacoima Beautiful, who in 2018 partnered with GRID Alternatives and other public and private partners (the Green Together Collaborative) and were awarded $23 million from the state (plus more than $38 million in leveraged funds).
GRID Alternatives is a nonprofit working to provide economic and environmental justice through renewable energy, installing solar electric systems for qualifying families at no cost to the homeowner.