After more than five years leading GRID Alternatives Mid-Atlantic, Executive Director Nicole Steele will step down from the position in January. Steele was the organizations’ first executive director.
GRID in the News
GRID Mid-Atlantic is joining forces with the Coalition for Nonprofit Housing & Economic Development's
(CNHED) Community Development Week and Solar United Neighbors to showcase the benefits of going solar
at Preola Lee’s house, a GRID Mid-Atlantic client who has solar power providing energy in her home.
GRID Alternatives Mid-Atlantic hosted its Solar Soirée on Sept. 19 in celebration of the organization’s five-year anniversary, honoring local champions of environmental justice, social justice, and workforce diversity a day ahead of the climate strike in Washington.
GRID Alternatives Mid-Atlantic, a regional affiliate of the nation’s largest nonprofit solar installer, applauds Virginia's Governor for issuing an Executive Order expanding access to clean energy and growing the clean energy careers of the future in Virginia.
GRID Alternatives Mid-Atlantic Executive Director Nicole Steele goes on the Suncast podcast to talk about the start of GRID Mid-Atlantic and its continuing impact on the region.
GRID Alternatives Mid-Atlantic has partnered with Habitat for Humanity Northern Virginia to provide the Tesfaye family in Alexandria, Va., with a home build and solar power installation.
GRID Alternatives Mid-Atlantic, a regional affiliate of the nation’s largest nonprofit solar installer, and Habitat for Humanity Northern Virginia, which has supported low-to-moderate income families in achieving the dream of affordable homeownership for over 25 years, have partnered to provide the Tesfaye family with a home build and solar power installation.
How do state laws affect solar accessibility and affordability in the region? We’ll talk with three experts about solar programs -- including GRID Mid-Atlantic Executive Director Nicole Steele -- for people from low- and middle-income backgrounds. And we’ll discuss the pros and cons of creating large-scale solar projects.
GRID Alternatives Mid-Atlantic’s innovative Solar Futures program, which aims to open career pathways in the solar industry and inspire the next generation to combat climate change, culminated on May 20 with capstone presentations from 16 students at the H.D. Woodson Academy of Engineering.
NBC Universal tells the story of DC's push for 100 percent renewable energy and how GRID Alternatives has helped in the effort. (This article also ran on NBC affiliate stations in New York, Dallas, San Diego and Boston, among others.)