We believe that a successful transition to clean, renewable energy needs to include everyone. See the impact of our work. Learn More »
From September 28 - October 9, we installed solar with four tribal communities across the nation. Learn More »
We have so much to celebrate, from big wins for solar access to our daily successes bringing solar power and training to people that need it most. Learn More »
Who We Are
Solar saves families money, which they can use on food, clothing and save for college tuition.
With solar, we help environmentally burdened communities see a brighter, cleaner future for generations to come.
We provide hands-on training that can help launch a new career in solar.
News From the Field
At the Solar Power International (SPI) tradeshow in September, we convened a panel of diversity experts to talk about the benefits of a diverse...
We're excited to break ground on 5 new community solar projects in Colorado! Thanks to a grant from the Colorado Energy Office, we'll be working with...
The holidays came early for the Granados family of San Francisco this year. On Friday, December 18, a team of employee volunteers from PG&E’s...
My name is Karelia Tercero. This is a short story about how I became the first female solar technician for GRID Alternatives in Nicaragua.
Rose All Runner's grid-tied installation is part of a demonstration project, funded by a grant from the All Points North Foundation (APNF), to model...