News from the Field
The expansion this year of our long-standing partnership with Enphase Energy will allow us to serve hundreds of families and job trainees throughout the nation.
This year our SolarCorps Fellows honored Cesar Chavez's legacy as an educator, environmentalist, and civil rights leader through a service day on March 31st.
GRID has officially arrived on the East coast! After a successful pilot program in October where we installed seven PV solar systems across the Tri-State region, GRID is here to stay. Everyone from our team was truly inspired by the energy and enthusiasm brought to the project. We hope to sustain this excitement as we continue to spread solar throughout the Tri-State.
On March 24th and 25th Stanford University Students joined GRID’s solar installation supervisors for two days of Solar Fun!!!
GRID Alternatives volunteer Katharine Johnston writes a guest post for the GLA blog about her volunteer experience.
Not many can say that they volunteered their spring break week installing solar panels in the lovely city of Denver, CO. But that’s exactly what University of Central Arkansas’s Environmental Alliance Group did.
Solar puns like "you con-du-it!" abounded as University of Vermont and University of Michigan students spent their spring break with GRID Alternatives helping families go solar.
Espanola Jackson is a San Francisco Bayview resident of 46 years, community activist, grandmother to over 70 grandchildren and the proud owner of a solar powered home thanks to GRID Alternatives.
We held a big party in the heart of downtown San Francisco to celebrate the last ten years of GRID Alternatives and the partners who have helped us come this far.
California State University, Chico students joined the GRID Alternatives North Valley office at two installs in Hamilton City and Chico for their Spring Break