GRID Alternatives is installing a 115.9 kW PV system on the Rolling Oaks Apartments in Rocklin, CA. The system will benefit 79 seniors over the age of 62 with limited incomes. GRID’s HQ commercial team worked on project development to secure the California SOMAH rebate and a low-cost bridge loan from Left Coast Fund.
Carole Bernard recently joined our HQ team as the Vice President of Communications. We are excited to have her here, and welcome her expertise and guidance for our growing Communications departments all across GRID.
We now have the technology to replace gasoline with sunshine, which has the benefit of being better for the planet and dramatically cheaper for drivers to ‘fill up’. GRID knows that electric vehicles and clean mobility are powerful opportunities for reparation in communities that have borne the brunt of the gasoline economy.
GRID Alternatives Central Valley is pleased to announce the selection of Karina Gonzalez and David Griffin as the new Co-Executive Directors. GRID Alternatives is a leader in making clean, affordable solar energy, solar jobs, and clean mobility accessible to income-qualified communities and communities of color across the Central Valley.
Located in Madera, California, Valle de Las Brisas is an affordable housing development of charming single-story, Spanish-inspired, terracotta-roofed apartments in the heart of California’s San Joaquin Valley. It is also home to a community of approximately 81 senior residents. Tenants at Las Brisas enjoy amenities including spacious yards, a shared community pool, and now - energy from the sun.
GRID Alternatives strongly condemns the ideologically driven Supreme Court decision in West Virginia v. EPA restricting the federal government’s authority to regulate greenhouse gases under the Clean Air Act.
The 49th training session of the Climate Reality Leadership Corps was recently held in Las Vegas. Tanksi Clairmont, Director of GRID Alternatives' Tribal Solar Accelerator Fund (TSAF), was amongst the selected speakers and panelists who highlighted the event, along with some notable celebrities including Property Brothers star Jonathan Scott and former Vice President, Al Gore.