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 >
Rich Gordon is one of those volunteers that every non-profit hopes to have. He is dedicated, passionate, and volunteers.... a LOT. In fact, in just over a year, he has put in over 450 hours of volunteer time, including time at two Solarthons and becoming the star Team Leader in the GRID Alternatives North Valley office. Read More >
GRID Alternatives is bringing energy education into the classroom, and students into the field, across the northstate. Read More > makes it easier for solar contractors, including GRID Alternatives, to navigate permitting in different areas, saving time and money. Read More >
Crystal and William Brady of Oroville, CA are the proud new owners of a solar system thanks to GRID Alternatives, a team of local volunteers, and a helpful friend. Read More >
Through a partnership with Sierra College, the North Valley office hosted a faculty externship in Grass Valley for math professors on August 6 & 7. Read More >
This October, GRID Alternatives is energizing Rocklin with a Solarthon event, raising funds for and awareness of our work around the North Valley. Read More >
A little can go a long way. GRID Alternatives' homeowners are giving back- helping more families in need realize savings with solar! Read More >
GRID Alternatives North Valley office is awarded the 2013 Greenie Award! Read More >
"I can't wait to be able to turn my system on and begin saving money," said Jennifer, GRID's first Grass Valley client and a single mother. "I feel good about teaching my children to conserve energy and protect the environment." Read More >
On February 4th, 2013, GRID North Valley had the pleasure of partnering with Yuba County Office of Education Youth Build for a successful 12 panel installation in Yuba City, CA. Youth Build U.S.A. is an organization that works with low-income, out of school young people to provide opportunities to continue and complete their high school diplomas, learn a trade through apprenticeship and job training, and serve their communities by helping to construct housing for low-income families and homeless people Read More >


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