News from the Field
A gift from the Honnold Foundation, coupled with other rebates and our signature volunteer model, is helping four families go solar that would not have otherwise had the opportunity.
Espanola Jackson is an icon in her community who's helped over 100 fellow community members get solar through GRID! Read more about her inspiring story and how she is now a proud solar homeowner.
University of Nebraska-Lincoln escaped the "Polar Vortex" to install solar for families in Goshen, California.
Rafael and his wife are both cancer survivors, proud parents, and now owners of a new solar PV system through GRID. Says Rafael, "It’s great to have something good finally happening."
Give today, and we'll put your dollars to work tomorrow, making solar energy affordable for everyone who needs it.
This fall, GRID Alternatives partnered for the first time with solar non-profit Power to the People to bring off-grid solar power to Los Calpules, Nicaragua. Tim Sears, GRID Alternatives co-founder and COO/CFO participated in the project and tells his story.
“We wanted to give college students who are passionate about renewable energy the chance to turn that passion into action doing projects that have a tangible impact on families’ lives”
The Governor's signature on the Equitable Access to Solar Energy Bill (AB217) means continued access to solar for struggling California families.