GRID in the News

The need for environmental justice in Wilmington is clear. Support for this construction project by The 11th Hour Project helps further the goals of the senior center's staff to be both financially and environmentally sustainable.

In addition, thought-leaders across the county share their valuable insight on tackling issues including, housing, transportation, employment, and climate change, all of which are demand that communities rethink the topics of tomorrow, today.

Now, they're pairing up for a special fundraiser in support of GRID Alternatives Greater Los Angeles, an organization that uses a volunteer model to install solar panels in underserved communities at no cost.

Monetary benefits for participants are tremendous […] Eligible participants can receive hundreds of dollars in benefits for their electric, gas, and water utility bills […] In addition, many participants can receive up to $9,500 in benefits to trade in an old, gas-guzzling vehicle for an electric car through the Replace Your Ride program.

He will complete his Associates Degree in Electrical Construction and Maintenance in 2021.

ReJoule is working on the project with CleanSpark, Ford Motor Co., BigBattery and GRID Alternatives.

The California Energy Commission Grant proposal was for "Validating Capability of Second-life Batteries to Cost-Effectively Integrate Solar Power for Small-Medium Commercial Building Applications."

ReJoule and CleanSpark will be further supported by Ford Motor, BigBattery and GRID Alternatives.

CleanSpark said it expects to receive around $470,000 from the funding for its microgrid design and mVSO software services and follow-on deployment of its mPulse software and controls. CleanSpark has also agreed to provide over $88,000 in matching funding.

ReJoule and CleanSpark will be further supported by Ford Motor Company, BigBattery, and GRID Alternatives.

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