Inland Empire

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 Inland Empire positively transforms the lives of residents and communities by providing access to clean, renewable solar energy to low income families and hands-on job training to help workers enter the solar industry! Be a part of the clean energy transition- become a client, volunteer or make a donation today!

Regional News

“I’m very excited that DHS is the top solar city in the Coachella Valley,” said Desert Hot Springs... Read more ›
Cody recently completed his first day as a GRID volunteer where he is continuing the hands-on job... Read more ›
“Influential, Fun, Academic…” is how Emily Guillen describes volunteering with GRID. She’s an... Read more ›
“My mom was my main reason why I applied for this home [through Coachella Valley Housing Coalition’... Read more ›
We are eternally grateful to GRID Alternatives and its staff. Families like us would never have... Read more ›
On January 24th, 2015, GRID Alternatives Inland Empire will be coming to the City of Desert Hot... Read more ›
Having served in the army for 27 years and being married to his wife, Jacquelynn, for 36 years, we’... Read more ›
The goal of our GIVE BIG RIVERSIDE campaign is to provide career pathways in solar for 20 at-risk... Read more ›

Jerry Mel Mayuga

Mr. and Mrs. Mayuga have faced a number of challenges in the past few years - first, Mr. Mayuga lost his high paying job, and their family slid into debt before he was able to find work. Once he was working again, Mrs. Mayuga began to feel ill and was diagnosed with Leukemia. WIth rising medical expenses, two daughters in college, and only the support of a single income, the Mayugas needed to find a way to make ends meet.

Elmer Rankin

Elmer Rankin is a seventy-year-old Navy Veteran who served on a nuclear submarine from 1958 to 1962. He has lived in Sun City, California for the past 14 years. Elmer is disabled and is living with congestive heart failure, prostate cancer, and arthritis, and is undergoing chemotherapy. He uses an electric wheelchair and needs an in-home oxygen system and a constantly regulated environment throughout the year due to his medical conditions.


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