A volunteer spreads his arms in front of a ground mount solar system


Michael's solar system will eliminate over 40 tons of greenhouse gases over its lifetime. Thanks to volunteers from Humboldt State University and Blue Lake Rancheria who helped install!
A group of volunteers in GRID t-shirts


The Baileys are one of 9 families at the Bear River Band of Rohnerville Rancheria who worked to install solar on their Loleta home. It will generate over $37,000 of electricity in its lifetime.

North Coast

GRID Alternatives North Coast leads teams of volunteers and job trainees to install solar electric systems for low-income families, providing families with needed savings and community members with hands-on training. Although active in the region since 2009, GRID launched a full-service North Coast Office in 2014 to better serve rural and Tribal families in this region. This was made possible thanks to a generous donation from an anonymous donor of the San Francisco Foundation. To date, we have made solar happen for over 350 families on the North Coast!

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Get In Touch

GRID Alternatives North Coast

377 East San Francisco Avenue
Willits, CA 95490

General Inquiries – ncoffice@gridalternatives.org
Volunteering – volunteerba-nc@gridalternatives.org
Qualifying for solar – qualify@gridalternatives.org / 866-921-4696
Donations and Sponsorships – elincoln@gridalternatives.org


The Berkeley E-Bike Equity Project (BEEP) Impact

Before receiving the e-bike, she was afraid and anxious at the idea of cycling due to a cycling accident when she was younger.
Hanne is a recipient of one of GRID Bay Area’s Micro-mobility programs, and as a result of her experience, she now is a wholehearted advocate for “initiatives that champion mobility justice and accessibility for all,” she said.