Following Breonna Taylor’s Kentucky Grand Jury case decision, GRID Alternatives shared the following message internally with its staff. We want to share this message with our supporters, too.
GRID recently installed a rooftop solar project benefitting 13 homes in Sicangu Village, one of the many communities within Rosebud Sioux Nation. All Points North Foundation provided critical financial support to ensure that no costs were passed to Tribal members.
GRID's workforce development teams around the country innovate to provide safe training in a post-pandemic world.
Graduates of GRID’s inaugural cohort of 40 SolarCorps Fellows are celebrating their five-year work anniversaries this month!
Our policy team is pushing for a more just, equitable future powered by renewable energy. Read our summer update.
“We’re never going to hit the solar goals that the United States needs to hit unless we create that access in low- and moderate-income communities,” said Rich Brown, Senior Vice President and head of Environmental Philanthropy for Bank of America at our annual SolarCorps retreat in February 2020.
Making clean energy equitable is critical for racial justice and racial justice is critical to building sustainable, resilient communities. As we continue to advance our mission of clean energy for all, we are doing internal work as an organization and as individuals to be actively anti-racist.
The solar industry has lost jobs due to the COVID-19 pandemic; however, with the right investments, clean energy will help us rebuild our economy.
Tim Willink, GRID’s Director of Tribal Programs, gives us an update on what’s going on in Indigenous communities during the pandemic, and the exciting projects in store for the Tribal Program.