Alexis Thomspon was a Solar Spring Break student leader for the University of Michigan teams and is now doing an internship as the Clean Mobility Equity Research Fellow at GRID Alternatives. Read about her experience with Solar Spring Break and how it changed her perspective in solar and renewable energy.
As students around the world are speaking up in favor of a transition to clean, renewable energy, GRID's Solar Futures program is working with high schools and youth programs across the country to bring clean energy to the classroom.
Headed to Salt Lake City for Solar Power International? Be sure to stop by one of GRID's panels, posters, and events!
Jennifer Huerta and Cesar Ledezma, rising-seniors at Desert Hot Springs High School, are in the middle of an incredibly unique solar internship.
Environmental and social justice fellows from around the Bay Area met with UC Berkeley students at a first ever Fellowship Summit in Oakland, California. The event was created and organized by Bay Area SolarCorps Fellow, Gwen Chang.
Evangelina and Alfred have lived in their home in Central California for 18 years, and love to spend time with their three grown children and three grandchildren.
As a full-time student, Vitto Riazzo wasn’t sure how he could afford to replace his old car once it started breaking down. With GRID’s help, he now owns an electric vehicle powered by solar -- and more programs are becoming available to make clean vehicles accessible to all!
Spring has us thinking about the way renewable energy can power change in communities.