News from the Field
The expansion this year of our long-standing partnership with Enphase Energy will allow us to serve hundreds of families and job trainees throughout the nation.
This past February, GRID Alternatives took a group of volunteers from Sunrun on a powerful journey into the rural village of Portrero Sur, Nicaragua.
International work has always been part of GRID Alternatives' long-term vision of bringing solar to underserved communities.
Solar puns like "you con-du-it!" abounded as University of Vermont and University of Michigan students spent their spring break with GRID Alternatives helping families go solar.
We held a big party in the heart of downtown San Francisco to celebrate the last ten years of GRID Alternatives and the partners who have helped us come this far.
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.
Through a service project hosted by nonprofit The Mission Continues, three branches of the U.S. Military joined forces to install a 3.4 kilowatt AC solar electric system for the King family in South Los Angeles.
University of Nebraska-Lincoln escaped the "Polar Vortex" to install solar for families in Goshen, California.