Community Appreciation Day will bring together renewable energy advocacy groups, local officials and GRID clients and volunteers to learn about the latest in solar policy and innovation, as well as how to make their own homes more energy efficient.
This installation, which took place on World Refugee Day, has offered participants an important glimpse into what solar installation entails. Some of the attendees will now move forward with the process of enrolling in GRID San Diego’s recently launched ‘Solar Installation Training Program.'
“We have to preserve this planet for future generations, or what will they have?”
When we put solar on a home, much of the energy it produces ends up back on the power grid, earning credits that offset electricity purchased from the utility at other times of day. But one GRID homeowner now has a way to bank her own power.
Every member of the GRID San Diego community is vital to our success. We used our end of year event, Solstice, as a forum to honor those who really went the extra mile this year.
Ms. Phillips’ environmental motivations weren’t motivation enough for local solar contractors.
Hung Nguyen and his family are finally catching a break. After months of electricity bills exceeding $400, they can now look forward to solar savings thanks to their new PV system installed by Union Bank employee volunteers.
Local chapters of two non-profits came together on Saturday, August 20, 2016 to install a solar electric system for Navy veteran Joseph Faulk. The landmark, collaborative installation was located within the San Diego Promise Zone.
“One thing I’ve really noticed about people working in wind or solar is that they’re passionate, they’re really into what they do,” says Mr. Pearson.
Cathlean Ramsey's tireless activism has significantly diminished crime rates in the Skyline Neighborhood, one of San Diego's most underserved communities.