In recognition of Martin Luther King Day and Dr. King's legacy, this month's policy roundup covers bills affecting civil rights and voting rights.
The pandemic made the past year hard for most everyone, and for Ayodele
Khallada Farrakhan, a member of the Solar Works DC Spring 2021 cohort, has her first hands-on install experience — and it's for her mom's house.
This Earth Month, we’re highlighting an
Welcome to this month’s GRID Mid-Atlantic Policy Roundup, keeping you up-to-date on renewable energy policy that promotes equity and racial justice in our region and nationally.
We're highlighting a fantastic and integral member of the GRID Mid-Atlantic staff, Nikki Mammano. Nikki began working with GRID as a SolarCorps fellow for the Outreach team, and was eventually hired on full-time as an Outreach Coordinator. Known for her compassionate approach to working with clients, outside of work Nikki is also an amazing salsa dancer and houseplant enthusiast. In 2019, Nikki was in a life-changing car accident and continues to work through her recovery process.
For Women’s History Month, GRID Mid-Atlantic has been celebrating the efforts and excellence of women in solar. Ramonita Ramey, a GRID client who lives in Northeast D.C., worked in solar a little earlier than the rest of us. To be precise, she got a job making solar cells in a Maryland factory 43 years ago, long before rooftop solar power became popular.
Welcome to this month’s GRID Mid-Atlantic Policy Roundup, keeping you up-to-date on renewable energy policy that promotes equity and racial justice in the District of Columbia, Virginia, Maryland, and nationally.
In the wake of the horrific murder of eight people in Atlanta on Tuesday, March 16, GRID Alternatives Mid-Atlantic wants to express its solidarity with the Asian American and Pacific Islander communities that are feeling threatened by rising anti-Asian sentiments in our country.
Legislators across our region and on Capitol Hill are considering a vast array of proposals that would affect GRID Mid-Atlantic’s work, and the communities that we work with. GRID Mid-Atlantic and our allies are weighing in to urge that new policies are driven by equity and inclusion, and to ensure that tangible benefits of clean energy are truly accessible to all.