Los Angeles Times community news section profiles GRID Alternatives Workforce Development

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November 20, 2019
Several people in construction gear talk about their work in a cluster outside

The TimesOC took notice of our recent Multifamily projects at City Gardens and Potter's Lane, as well as our personal impacts on job trainees in the sixth-most populous county in the United States. Check out this story about changes in solar access for low-income Orange County!

Read here at latimes.com

We were excited to share the story of O&M Solar founder Kenneth Wells, one of the earliest returning citizens who came to us for training. (Kenneth's also a member of our Workforce Development Advisory Board.)

Thanks to all our present and future partners in Orange County, who are helping us magnify the impact of training by going solar!

See more pictures here.