News from the Field

Today, we celebrate the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Read More >
Schoolteacher Jonathan Fong lives in a modest row home on a steep hill in the Oceanview neighborhood of southwest San Francisco, a city whose housing costs are so high, a teacher’s salary is barely enough to live on. Read More >
Earlier this year, GRID joined the Global Climate Strike as a supporting organization, and many of our staff across the country joined locally organized events and demonstrations to show solidarity. Our Communications Assistant, Marissa Leshnov, joined members of our Bay Area team to document the climate strike in San Francisco, California. Read More >
Ojo Encino, a small community of about 600 people in the New M Read More >
Meet Pooja Ravindran, GRID's Illinois Solar for All Workforce Program Manager. Read More >
This August, volunteers from U.S. Bank joined the GRID Alternatives Colorado team in Thornton, CO to install the 3.7-kilowatt solar system on the Otterson family home. Read More >
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. Read More >
On September 20th, four million people across the globe took to the streets to demand climate action. Read More >
GRID launched the Women in Solar program in Nepal last year, providing unique hands-on training for participants in their community. Read More >

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