GRID in the News

What nonprofit asks low-income people to don hard hats and safety harnesses and scramble up on roofs? GRID Alternatives does.

GRID Alternatives launches in the Sacramento region with an installation for Penelope Amadali.

Assemblymembers came out to celebrate GRID Alternatives' first installation in Sacramento.

Project SOLAR was the perfect combination of science and technology, two areas of interest for the teen, Hythier said. The hands-on nature of installing solar panels was also appealing, noting he added it to his list of things to try career-wise.

Leslie Lewis-Baiza already knows where the cost savings from adding solar panels to her Yuba City home will go: property taxes.

A Roseville family struggling with high medical bills gets a break on their electricity bills with solar installation.

Ben Kavoussi always has been energy-conscious, but at the moment, the Persian-born Davis resident cannot afford to install the solar panels that would match his house to his values.

Students from Woodland and Pioneer high schools as well as Woodland Community College have been working to install solar energy systems for an elderly woman.

Four single-family residences in Rocklin got the upgrade of a lifetime — solar power conversions from electric on a donation made possible from GRID Alternatives.

Employee volunteers from PG&E came out to help install solar for a low-income family in Chico.

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