This month's edition of the GRID Mid-Atlantic Policy Roundup features very promising updates nationwide and in Virginia that aim to make clean energy available to all, including low-income communities and communities of color.
GRID Alternatives Mid-Atlantic hosted its Solar Soirée on Sept. 19 in celebration of the organization’s five-year anniversary, honoring local champions of environmental justice, social justice, and workforce diversity a day ahead of the climate strike in Washington.
GRID Alternatives Mid-Atlantic, a regional affiliate of the nation’s largest nonprofit solar installer, applauds Virginia's Governor for issuing an Executive Order expanding access to clean energy and growing the clean energy careers of the future in Virginia.
Tesfaye and his family will move into their new Habitat for Humanity home in September. The solar panels on their roof, installed by GRID Alternatives Mid-Atlantic, will help the family save 60% or more on their monthly electric bills.
GRID Alternatives Mid-Atlantic, a regional affiliate of the nation’s largest nonprofit solar installer, and Habitat for Humanity Northern Virginia, which has supported low-to-moderate income families in achieving the dream of affordable homeownership for over 25 years, have partnered to provide the Tesfaye family with a home build and solar power installation.