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From Gig Work to Solar, IBT Grad Shines

Meet Audrey, one of GRID’s recent IBT trainees. She was hired by a local solar installation company just a couple of months after graduating from our program! Audrey was already passionate about...

North Valley

North Valley
GRID Alternatives helps low-income families save money while bringing clean solar energy onto the grid, and providing volunteers and job seekers with hands-on experience in solar. Since 2011, the North Valley office has been helping families go solar throughout northern California, from Sacramento to Siskiyou county. Be a part of the clean energy transition- become a client, volunteer or make a donation today!
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GRID North Valley

Two locations serving 21 counties in the North State

3860 Morrow Lane, Suite A                      
Chico CA  95928                                     

1417 N Market Blvd, Suite 3
Sacramento CA  95834

General inquiries:
infonv@gridalternatives.org / (530) 217-6115

Individual volunteering:
volunteernv@gridalternatives.org / (530) 217-6154

Donations and corporate sponsorships:
cring-martinez@gridalternatives.org / (916) 472-3269

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Considerations for Solar on Your Commercial or Multifamily Property

Solar PV (photovoltaic) technology has made great strides in the last decade and it’s easier now than ever to have your own system installed. However, while we would love to power every building with sunshine, there are many factors to consider when evaluating your building or site for a solar PV system. Not all solar systems are built equal.

Stockton Resident Takes a Chance with GRID

When Rebecca asked her friends about getting solar, they told her not to do it. Among their warnings, they said that it doesn’t work, it could ruin her roof, and that it was too expensive. But when she got a flier from GRID talking about our no-cost solar installation program, she was intrigued and decided to call us anyways to learn more about the program and how it could save her up to 80% on her electricity bill.