Greater Los Angeles
We're committed, as always, to a solar energy revolution whose benefits include everyone. That's why for the next multifamily partnership planned in the region, we intend to go one step further than the basic benefits of clean energy and ensure that residents of the multifamily housing project can be involved in installing our system!
Mayor Aja Brown stopped by our install site in Compton on May 7 to see what a non-profit that helps low-income people go solar while promoting good-paying jobs for good people really looks like!
During the fair, more than 200 resumes were collected, and the event drew well over that number of people throughout the day to network, probe L.A.'s hiring landscape, and have questions answered.
Thanks to the Helpful Honda Guys and EcoMedia…
When undergraduate and graduate students spend a week at GRIDLA activities, everything from the site visits to the homeowner install is a step preparing them to have future impact beyond the university.
In February, Outreach took our show on the road: a beautiful assortment of slides, stories and info for a partner in the South Bay region of our county.
"Under different circumstances I would have never met or been in the same room as a UCLA student or engineer or someone who works for Tesla," he says, describing some of his past work meetings with GRID Alternatives.
GRID Alternatives supports equity and second chances for all. We see the solar industry as a vehicle to open up opportunity for everyone, and in that spirit, we'll be highlighting success stories from returning citizens.
What does it mean to be building up a community? As an organization that's taken on a unique challenge – creating a new norm centered on accessible, affordable solar in the largest metropolitan region of the largest state in the country – we find ourselves asking this question all the time.