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GRID Alternatives partners with whole communities to bring solar power and solar jobs to people that need them most. Cities and municipalities provide funds to support our work; affordable housing partners help us identify clients who need our services while accessing clean, affordable power for their residents; and job training organizations work with us to get their students up on a roof installing solar in real time. Local companies sponsor team-building opportunities for their employees to come out and install solar while making a tangible impact for vulernable families in the community. Our partners helped GRID install more than 1000 systems nationwide last year, and with their help we'll install even more in 2014.

Regional News

Scott Chapman started volunteering with GRID’s San Diego office after retiring from the Marine Corps. “I was... Read more ›
GRID’s Workforce Development Manager, Allison Moe, got an unexpected trip down memory lane this month... Read more ›
GRID Alternatives' community solar project developed in partnership with the Yampa Valley Electric Association... Read more ›
On Thursday September 22nd, twelve solar job trainees came together with hiring managers from four solar... Read more ›
The women of WE Build were preparing ourselves for a volunteer workday in Steamboat Springs. We headed out for... Read more ›
“Since my husband went on Social Security Disability we've just had to cut back and cut... Read more ›
Walking Mountains Science Center is a non-profit science learning center in the heart of Vail Valley. Their... Read more ›