The Solar Works DC program is one of the things we’re most proud of here at GRID Alternatives Mid-Atlantic. This week, the program hit a huge milestone when it completed its 100th solar installation.
We interviewed Steven and Vernon to see what they had to say about their new positions at GRID Mid-Atlantic. Scroll down to read all about it.
Emanuel Nelson graduated from the Solar Works DC job training program in Fall 2018. With hands-on experience and industry-relevant certifications, he is ready for the workforce.
At GRID, our vision is to build a clean energy future that includes everyone and the realization of this goal will rely on our understanding of past and present stories of the people of color living in the communities we serve.
On February 12, the Solar Foundation released the 2018 National Solar Jobs Census, providing an in-depth look at the state of the U.S. solar industry. When discussing the report's findings, it’s easy to get lost in the data and forget that they represent real people.
We interviewed Terry and Rhannell about their experience with the Solar Works DC training program and their plans for the future. Here’s what they had to say...
Solar is one of the fastest growing industries in the U.S., but there is still a ways to go before it becomes an equitable industry. That's where our "We Build" initiative comes in.
It's been a big year for Batrina Wallace. After graduating from Solar Works DC, she came to work for GRID and help train newcomers to the program. Now she's creating opportunities for others in her community, and is asking for you to do the same.
Today, the D.C. Council chamber overflowed with interested citizens at the last legislative meeting of 2018. Clean energy supporters were there in large numbers--including a couple of us representing GRID Alternatives Mid-Atlantic.
Solar job seekers and employers gathered for the third annual Solar Focus Job Fair, co-hosted by MDV-SEIA and GRID Alternatives Mid-Atlantic.