GRID Alternatives would like to thank the following generous funders for their financial support this year:

Over $1 Million




SunEdison Inc. and the SunEdison Foundation
Wells Fargo Foundation

$250K-$1 Million

City of San Diego
Corporation for National and Community Service
Enphase Energy


City of Richmond
Community Resources and Housing Development Corporation (CRHDC)
NRG Energy
Pacific Gas & Electric Company
A donor advised fund of the San Francisco Foundation
The Walton Family Foundation
Winston and Strawn LLP


The Abell Foundation
All Points North Foundation

Alcoa Foundation
Bank of America
Bishop Paiute Tribe
City of El Monte
City of Pasadena
City of Roseville
City of Salinas
County of San Luis Obispo
City and County of San Francisco

Energy Foundation
Honnold Foundation
Jefferson County
Jinko Solar
NeighborWorks America
Public Service Enterprise Group (PSEG)
Quick Mount PV
San Manuel Band of Mission Indians
San Diego Gas and Electric
SL Gimbel Foundation Fund managed by The Community Foundation

Solar Energy Industries Association
Southern California Edison
Spruce Finance
Toshiba America Electronic Components, Inc.
MUFG Union Bank Foundation
Vivint Solar
Willis Allen Real Estate


11th Hour Project
Alliance to Save Energy
Alpine Bank
Anonymous (2)
Ardsley Partners
Arizona State University
Bank of America
Bank of the West
Bear River Band of Rohnerville Rancheria
Beneficial State Bank
BHE Renewables
Bike and Build
The Blazevich Family Foundation
Hill Blackett, III and Elaine Bayus
Fred & Jean Allegretti Foundation
Chemehuevi Indian Tribe
City of Boulder
City of Desert Hot Springs
City of Lakewood
City of Moreno Valley
City of Palm Desert
City of Temecula
City of West Sacramento
Constellation Energy
County of Monterey
Danem Foundation

DaVita Healthcare Partners
David Murray
Debbie and Bob Slotpole
Exelon Corporation
Franklin Weinberg Fund

Folsom Labs
Grand Valley Power
The GRID Alternatives Climate Ride Team
Brad Godwin/E2 Global
Guidiville Rancheria of California
HDR Foundation
Jon and Kitty Harvey
The Hyde and Watson Foundation
Charles Kerr Foundation
KBI Benefits
The Karp Family
Lifestyle Solar
Max Factor Family Foundation
MC2 Environmental
Mitsubishi Electric
Morgan Stanley
National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL)
Nautilus Solar Energy LLC
New Belgium Brewing Company

NextEra Energy Resources

Norris Family Foundation
Northern Circle Indian Housing Authority
The Parker Foundation
Potter Valley Tribe
Orion Solar Racking
Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP
Renewable Choice Energy
RES Americas
Roth Family Foundation Foundation
Sacramento Municipal Utility District
San Ynez Band of Chumash Indians
Schneider Electric/Square D Foundation
SolarMAX Technology
United Airlines
U.S. Bancorp
Verengo Solar
Vons Credit Union
Washington Gas
Winograd-Hutner Family Fund, an advised fund of the Silicon Valley Community Foundation
Wiser Capital
Yingli Solar

Individual donors

Hundreds of individuals also donate in support of GRID Alternatives' programs. Thank you for supporting renewable energy for communities in need!

Learn more about ways to give.

Last updated: 11/18/2015

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