North Valley

In the decade since opening GRID Alternatives North Valley, Executive Director Bob Gragson has worked with many clients, but it’s his very first home visit in the months after being hired Read More >
GRID Alternatives hosted a Women in Solar panel discussion during Intersolar North America on the challenge of integrating more women into an industry that has been dominated by men. Read More >
In West Sacramento, youth from River City High’s Engineering and Science Read More >
At the beginning of May, an amazing team of women drove 2+ hours to come Read More >
We're joining President Obama and over 300 other companies, organizations and public agencies in making major new commitments to deploy renewable energy. In support of the Obama administration’s national renewable energy goals, we're committing to help install 100 MW of solar power on affordable single-family and multifamily homes across the country by 2024. Read More >
California State University, Chico students joined the GRID Alternatives North Valley office at two installs in Hamilton City and Chico for their Spring Break Read More >
Like many others, Eligio and Maria Hernandez thought there had to be a “catch”. They began their research after receiving a letter in the mail explaining GRID services and speaking with a neighbor about his, now, incredible low electricity bill, courtesy of his solar panel system. Read More >
Living out each day with a life-threatening illness is a miracle. But for 3 year old Tamara's parents, it means more. It means a lifelong commitment to sustaining her medical equipment, and electric bills up to $350 each month. For GRID Alternatives and our supporters, it is a chance to provide a Roseville family a much needed measure of security. Read More >
This November in Woodland, more than a dozen high school and college students worked together to install solar for a local elderly woman. This is the first of a number of installs in Yolo County that will engage youth in energy service learning projects in their community, thanks to the support of a number of local governments, Yolo County Office of Education and Woodland Community College. Read More >
Every day at GRID Alternatives we work to provide hands-on training for those interested in working in the solar energy field. The commitment to teaching is not only for our volunteers, but also for our SolarCorps Fellows, individuals who spend a year in service with GRID Alternatives in exchange for learning opportunities that will help jump-start their careers. Read More >

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