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.
This week, leaders from the NAACP Compton branch joined GRID Alternatives Greater Los Angeles and Sunrun for a Solar Equity Initiative installation!
GRID is thrilled to announce our role as part of the implementation team for the groundbreaking Illinois Solar for All Program, which promotes equitable access to the solar economy and the jobs it creates.
When it comes to making clean energy future that includes everyone, Ashley Gremel doesn’t just walk the walk -- she picks up a paddle and starts rowing!
Solar Spring Break kicked off earlier this month. We caught up with Rionna Octaviano, a student from University of Nevada, Reno who was headed off to her fourth Solar Spring Break!
In honor of AmeriCorps Week 2019 -- and in recognition of Women's History Month -- we would like to introduce you to six incredible SolarCorps Fellows, many of them women in construction, who are serving across five GRID regions!
This International Women’s History month, GRID is raising money to install solar on the Miteri Birthing Center.