News from the Field
High school, a time of growing, learning and answering the question “What are you going to do with the rest of your life?” One student in Fresno is already well on his way towards a future career in solar.
Enphase volunteers help GRID install solar on the Little Lake Grange community center in Willits, CA.
Work will soon begin with seven of our projects and partners around the country that were recently selected to participate in the U.S. Department of Energy SunShot Initiative’s Solar in Your Community Challenge, a $5 million prize competition that aims to expand solar electricity access!
Throughout the month of April, participants and job trainees came together to help us install solar on the Fair Street Apartments in Norwalk, CT, marking the launch of our multifamily affordable solar program in the State of Connecticut!
We are excited to announce the re-launch of our Women in Solar Program!
Watch the Helpful Honda Guys volunteer their time to help the Palacios family go solar! They’ve donated $200,000 through CBS EcoMedia to help GRID reach more families in Los Angeles.
The Bishop Paiute tribe in Southern California had a lot to celebrate this Earth Day, namely the recent completion of 56 no-cost rooftop solar installations.
This year, GRID welcomed college teams from across the country for our most ambitious--and impactful--Solar Spring Break yet!
The California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) plays a big role in GRID’s work to bring solar to low-income families in California, but it isn’t often that CPUC staffers themselves get to see that work in action. But earlier this month, six CPUC staffers got to spend a day installing solar with GRID!