This past weekend, thousands flew in from Australia, Hawaii, Georgia, and came from across California to see Rivian’s buzz-worthy R1S SUV and R1T truck EVs.
This month we kicked off our first Installation Basics Training (IBT 200) program cohort of the year! This 5-week program consists of hands-on training labs and a practical application of occupational skill sets in real-world scenarios.
Many local families had so much fun at our kiosk to spinning our prize wheel and taking photos with Sunny the Solar panel.
GRID Alternatives North Valley has been selected for the Sacramento Kings’ Spotlight on Sustainability Night. Using basketball as an agent of change in the community, each season the Sacramento Kings share their platform with local nonprofits for spotlight night to promote messages of sustainability, health, and education.
November 8th marked the one year anniversary of the Camp Fire, one of the most destructive wildfires in California history. This event personally impacted many of our own staff and clients here at GRID Alternatives North Valley.
GRID North Valley client Frank Funes, who lost his home in the 2018 Camp Fire, shares the impact of the recent power outages and how solar paired with battery storage would benefit his family.
Can you believe we’ve reached our final Installation Basics Training (IBT 200) cohort of the year? The end of September marked a new partnership with The California Conservation Corps’(CCC) Energy Corps division.
Last month GRID Alternatives North Valley staff participated in NeighborWorks Sacramento’s 30th Annual “Paint the Town” neighborhood improvement event.
This month we had some very special visitors swing by our offices. Julia Burrows, Senior Policy Advisor on Housing and Climate issues to Sacramento Mayor Darrell Steinberg and Jennifer Venema, Sustainability Manager for the City of Sacramento toured our Technical Academy.
We’re thrilled to have been selected to administer the program