News from the Field

Marissa Leshnov, GRID’s Multimedia Communications Associate, shares her thoughts on environmental justice. Read More >
After the Cayuse Mountain Fire in 2016 destroyed 14 homes and tens of thousands of acres of Tribal land, the Spokane Tribe decided to invest in energy sovereignty and climate resiliency - with solar power. Read More >
We caught up with a few of our solar installation training program graduates to hear how their GRID experience got them to where they are today. Read More >
The 2020s are the Solar+ Decade! To achieve these goals, our policy team is working to achieve equitable clean energy policies and programs across the country. Read More >
2019 was one for the books! Check out our annual impact report and video highlights from our biggest year ever. Read More >
We're looking back at our 2019 accomplishments and sharing our vision for a new decade. Read More >
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 >

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