News from the Field
GRID Bay Area's warehouse flips the switch on a new 15 kilowatt solar electric system.
The quiet community of Rancho Moro Cojo lit up on June 22nd when GRID Alternatives Central Coast hosted its annual Solarthon fundraiser and block party. Around 100 peoplecommunity volunteers, corporate sponsor teams and solar job traineesshowed up at 8am to install solar electric systems for five deserving local families.
GRID Alternatives' Women's Builds help get women excited about working in renewables, but to really close the gender gap, we'll need more women mentors, too.
From newly built affordable housing developments in the Central Valley to well established neighborhoods in San Diego, Solarthon is putting solar on rooftops all over California.
Wells Fargo's investment in GRID Alternatives' workforce development efforts help keep team leaders moving on to solar industry jobs.
California Governor Jerry Brown visited a GRID Alternatives installation at the Long Beach home of Maribel and Jose Mendoza to see firsthand how solar benefits local families.
Victory with homeowners' association sets precedent for Marin's affordable housing developments. GRID celebrated by doing what we do best- installing solar for a deserving homeowner!
A grant from PG&E is helping solar interns like Sergio Coronel reinvent themselves in new green careers.
"We're changing the energy production infrastructure from the bottom up, and that sates my rebel energy."
Meet the Reed family. Life has been a struggle the last several years for this Visalia family. Scott Reed wanted to share his family's story and spread his appreciation for GRID Alternatives.