Equipment Partnerships

GRID Alternatives' equipment partners are not only helping us reach more families, but are also putting their high quality products in front of top local installers, prospective consumers, and GRID's thousands of volunteers--the solar workforce of tomorrow.

Major equipment partners commit to providing large scale donations and low-cost product to support GRID Alternatives' work nationwide. If your company would be interested in exploring an organization-wide equipment partnership with GRID Alternatives, please contact Zach Franklin at (510) 731-1315.


2015 Equipment Partners

 

 

A philanthropic partner since 2013 and GRID Alternatives Major Equipment Partner since 2014. Providing in-kind donations of solar panels and financial support for our two key diversity initiatives, RISE and the National Women in Solar Initiative. 

 

 

 

 

A philanthropic partner since 2006 and GRID Alternatives Major Equipment Partner since 2012, providing in-kind donations of high efficiency solar panels.

   

 

 

A philanthropic partner since 2010. A GRID Alternatives Major Equipment Partner since 2012, providing in-kind donations of the Enphase® Microinverter System.

   

 

 

A GRID Alternatives Equipment Partner since 2013, providing in-kind donations of racking.

   

 

 

A GRID Alternatives Equipment Partner since 2014, providing in-kind donations of racking.

 

   
     

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