Ojo Encino, a small community of about 600 people in the New Mexico desert, has one thing in abundance: sunshine.
This August, volunteers from U.S. Bank joined the GRID Alternatives Colorado team in Thornton, CO to install the 3.7-kilowatt solar system on the Otterson family home.
GRID North Valley client Frank Funes, who lost his home in the 2018 Camp Fire, shares the impact of the recent power outages and how solar paired with battery storage would benefit his family.
On September 20th, four million people across the globe took to the streets to demand climate action.
GRID launched the Women in Solar program in Nepal last year, providing unique hands-on training for participants in their community.
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.