GRID Alternatives vision is a transition to clean, renewable energy that includes everyone. Our mission is to make renewable energy technology and training available to underserved communities.

GRID Alternatives Colorado installs solar electric systems for low-income families throughout the state, providing families with needed savings and training Colorado workers for jobs in the growing solar industry. Be a part of the clean energy transition- become a client, volunteer or make a donation today!

Regional News

Ever hear that charming song that plays as the clock strikes midnight, year after year amid... Read more ›
GRID’s impact is best told through the words of our clients. Having recently joined the GRID team... Read more ›
Clay Chism and Bilal Qassem are from different parts of the world that are no strangers to conflict... Read more ›
Last week at the Americas Latino Eco-Festival (ALEF), GRID Colorado had the privilege of joining... Read more ›
We're launching our Solar Affordable Housing Program in the Mid-Atlantic region! The EPA's Gina... Read more ›
Jim’s love for solar started decades ago. In a woodworking class he participated in a group project... Read more ›
Austin Thompson is an enrolled member of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Nations who reside in North... Read more ›
Working with lots of volunteers and people from all walks of life isn’t new to Adelaida Gonzalas... Read more ›

Grace Gautier

Grace Gautier was GRID's very first client in Colorado! Grace has owned her home in Denver for 26 years, and uses her tax return dollars every year to do home improvements. A former medical worker, she is now retired and living on social security income. Her 3.6 kW system is saving her nearly $1000 a year in energy costs, money she can use to feed and clothe the two grandchildren she raises.

University of Central Arkansas Solar Spring Break

Not many can say that they volunteered their spring break week installing solar panels in the lovely city of Denver, CO., but that’s exactly what University of Central Arkansas’s Environmental Alliance Group did. 10 UCA students hopped in a car and came to spend their time with GRID Alternatives Colorado and install solar for two local families.


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