Inland Empire

GRID Alternatives' unique program model leans on the generous help of volunteers who serve our clients and community. Read More >
Eduardo Zermeno has resided in San Bernardino for 27 years. Eduardo worked as a truck driver for many years and did various contract work including installing alarm systems until an injury forced him to go on long-term disability, which caused a financial burden. Read More >
GRID Alternatives’ mission of making clean, affordable renewable energy Read More >
GRID’s Solar Spring Break is a national alternative break program that has grown from six schools in 2014 to 22 schools in 2019, creating opportunities for students to make a difference in low-income communities while getting hands-on training in renewable energy. Read More >
Mr. James Lawrence Jr. takes a walk through his San Bernardino neighborhood daily. During one of his daily morning walks, he observed a new solar system that had recently been installed on a neighbor’s home. Read More >
GRID Alternatives has opened doors for thousands of people through its people, planet, employment model. One success story is that of current GRID Alternatives Inland Empire Outreach Manager, Kari H’Orvath. Read More >
It is with a mixture of excitement, pride, and gratitude that the GRID Alternatives Inland Empire Board of Directors announces the promotion of Executive Director Bambi Tran to an exciting new leadership role at GRID Alternatives as Vice President of Regions. Read More >
Priscilla Morrow-Moreno picked up to move from her hometown to start a new life with her husband in Perris, California. Read on to learn how her life changed once GRID arrived in her new neighborhood. Read More >
Joseph first heard about GRID Alternatives seven years ago from Lisa Castilone, GRID IE’s Tribal Manager and Outreach Coordinator. After a presentation about job training opportunities and the solar programs that GRID Alternatives offers, Joseph realized the potential impacts that no-cost solar could have for himself and his tribe. Read More >
At age 21, Chiena knew there was more she could do for the environment. Read More >


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