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

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 ›
At the beginning of May, an amazing team of women drove 2+ hours to come install with our North... Read more ›
We're joining President Obama and over 300 other companies, organizations and public agencies in... Read more ›
California State University, Chico students joined the GRID Alternatives North Valley office at two... Read more ›
PG&E is a big supporter of solar energy. This March PG&E is planning on celebrate its 100,... Read more ›

Sacramento Program Campaign

Empowering Communities | Sacramento

We believe in the multiplier effect of stabilizing neighborhoods through affordable, sustainable homeownership and access to “green jobs” training.  In the Sacramento region, we will focus our program investments in the many neighborhoods which rank among the highest in the State as disproportionately burdened by pollution and poverty.  These communities have the most vulnerable populations, and the greatest socio-economic barriers.  

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