Greater LA

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 Greater Los Angles leads teams of volunteers and job trainees to install solar electric systems for low-income families in Los Angeles, Orange and Ventura Counties, providing families with needed savings and giving area workers hands-on experience to help them find employment in the green-tech economy. Since we opened in 2007, we’ve helped over 850 low-income families go solar throughout the Greater Los Angeles region. Be a part of the clean energy transition- become a client, volunteer or make a donation today!

Regional News

GLA celebrates the launch of its new LA solar program. Read more ›
GLA brings solar to the silver screen at the world premier of solar documentary, "Catching the Sun." Read more ›
The Women in Power solar install was a media hit! Read more ›
SunEdison and GLA team together again to install solar in Long Beach! Read more ›
Leading women volunteer alongside youth job trainees to bring solar energy to the Menjivar family. Read more ›
Team leader & job trainee embarks on his solar career! Read more ›
GRID Alternatives Greater Los Angeles (GLA) returned to Santa Ana in June, where we had our 2014... Read more ›
Lionsgate installs solar through LIONSHARES Read more ›

La Opinión - Ahorra en tu factura de energía: Instalan gratis paneles solares

Al mes en la casa de los Menjivar, donde viven 11 personas, se gasta alrededor de $125 dólares por consumo de energía eléctrica, pero en los próximos meses el recibo de la luz empezará a llegar tan bajo como los $20 dólares. La dramática reducción en el ‘bill' será gracias a los paneles solares que recientemente le instalaron de manera gratuita.

NBC 4 - Aiming for the sun

TV coverage of GRID Alternatives Greater Los Angeles' Women in Power installation. Top female executives and female job trainees from the Los Angeles Conservation Corps volunteered to install a solar power system for the Menjivar family, a family of 11 spanning three-generations residing in South Los Angeles. The Menjivar’s 4.16 kW solar system will result in approximately $1,360 in energy cost savings in the first year, and nearly $40,000 over its 30-year life.

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