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GRID Bay Area
1171 Ocean Avenue, Suite 200

Oakland, CA 94608

Serving the greater Bay Area counties: Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, Napa, San Francisco, San Mateo, Santa Clara, Solano, and Sonoma

General Inquiries – infoba@gridalternatives.org / 510-731-1310
Volunteering – volunteerba@gridalternatives.org / 510-731-1307
Qualifying for solar – baoutreach@gridalternatives.org / 510-731-1333
Construction – schauhan@gridalternatives.org / 510-731-1318
Donations and Sponsorships – mervin@gridalternatives.org /
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GRID North Coast
377 East San Francisco Ave

Willits, CA 95490

Serving  Del Norte, Humboldt, Lake, Mendocino, and upper Sonoma counties

Volunteering - Justin Fricker, jfricker@gridalternatives.org / 707-456-4852
Qualifying for solar - Justin Fricker, jfricker@gridalternatives.org / 707-456-4852
Construction - Cora Saxton, csaxton@gridalternatives.org / 707-202-6422
Donations and Sponsorships – mervin@gridalternatives.org / 510-731-1186

Regional News

Welcome to the next installment of our new Staff Spotlight feature, where we share a brief interview to... Read more ›
GRID Alternatives recently kicked off an exciting new partnership with Facebook to provide no... Read more ›
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23 SunPower employee volunteers were on site in March to help bring solar to Marcus Garvey Commons--a 22-unit... Read more ›
On a cool Saturday morning in the Ocean View neighborhood, Habitat for Humanity Greater San Francisco held an... Read more ›
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Nine Mendocino College students installed a 20-panel PV solar system for a member of Pinoleville Pomo Nation... Read more ›