News from the Field
We are teaming up with Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA) to provide a dedicated space for job seekers and solar companies to connect at Solar Power International, the largest solar conference in North America!
Growing up in Los Angeles, Alejandro De Leon developed a passi
Unlike other teens, who might prefer to spend their Saturday mornings sleeping, a group of 12 Tulare County High School students used the knowledge they learned at the SunPower Solar Science Academy to join GRID Alternatives to help install a 3kW system on the roof of the Ceja family’s home in Porterville, California.
Stan Greschner was recently named a Climate Champion by Green for All for his work to ensure that people from all communities benefit from the clean energy economy.
Sonia Diaz, former Field Project Manager for GRID's Nicaragua office, tells the story of an inspiring student she met in Matagalpa.
David Green recently participated in his first volunteer trip to install solar in rural Nicaragua. Read his guest blog about his experience installing an off-grid solar system on a Nicaragua school!
GRID Alternatives, in partnership with the PG&E Pacific Energy Center and NorCal Solar, hosted its 3rd annual Solar Jobs Fair in conjunction with the Intersolar North America conference in San Francisco. The event connected over 250 job seekers with nearly 20 actively hiring solar companies from around the Bay Area.
The GRID Oakland offices looked like a scene from a high school movie on Tuesday: 37 high school students from the SunPower Solar Science Academy were here to learn about, what else - solar!
White House and other government officials gathered at GRID Alternatives solar installation in East Baltimore to announce a series of commitments around solar in low-income communities, including a major new investment in our SolarCorps Program through the Corporation for National and Community Service.
Leading women volunteer alongside youth job trainees to bring solar energy to the Menjivar family.