North Valley

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 helps low-income families save money while bringing clean solar energy onto the grid, and providing volunteers and job seekers with hands-on experience in solar.  Since 2011, the North Valley office has been helping families go solar throughout northern California, from Sacramento to Siskiyou counties.   Join us and be a part of the clean energy transition-  become a client, volunteer or make a donation today!

 

Regional News

Become an Energy Upgrade Ambassador by following these helpful energy conservation tips. Not only... Read more ›
Samuel White Swan-Perkins (TsaLaGi/Siksika) is the Communications Outreach Intern at the North... Read more ›
Meet the Oak Park homeowners, Penelope Amadali and Rita Simmerbach, that will initiate NV GRID... Read more ›
We're launching our Solar Affordable Housing Program in the Mid-Atlantic region! The EPA's Gina... Read more ›
We caught up with GRID Volunteer Zachary Peek about how to build a career in Solar! Read more ›
Article by Kristin Lester, an AmeriCorps VISTA serving a year with GRID's tribal program as a SolarCorps fellow. With a base in our Denver, Colorado office, she has traveled back and forth to Pine Ridge to help develop our pilot project there.
Here in Shannon County, South Dakota, poverty is endemic, perpetuated by substandard housing and... Read more ›
Wells Volunteers at Solarthon with Sal
Sal Torres got to say thank-you in person to Wells Fargo for its support of GRID's job training... Read more ›
In West Sacramento, youth from River City High’s Engineering and Science Academy put their skills... Read more ›

Tamara Herrera

Tamara Herrera was born premature and severely debilitated. She now runs and plays like any four year-old, but her health issues can still be life-threatening. Her family struggled to keep up with utility bills from hermedical equipment, often as high as $350 per month until GRID put solar on their Roseville, California home in January 2014. It lifted an incredible weight off of her family and helped them focus on providing Tamara with the brightest possible future.

Sergio Coronel

Sergio Coronel was born in the beautiful beach city of Mazatlan, Mexico. Sergio married a native Chico girl and they have two amazing boys - Andres and Camilo. Luckily for GRID, Sergio has a B.A. in architecture from the Autonomous University of Sinaloa. In Mexico, Sergio worked for 13 years in construction, was a construction manager, and devoted a lot of time to his community.

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