Current Supporters

GRID Alternatives would like to thank the following generous funders for their financial support this year:

Over $1 Million

California Public Utilities Commission

SunEdison logo

SunEdison Inc. and the SunEdison Foundation

 

Wells Fargo Foundation


$100K-$1M

Anonymous Private Foundation
City of San Diego
Corporation for National
and Community Service

Enterprise Community Partners, Inc.

Enphase Energy
Jinko Solar
NRG Energy
Schneider Electric
Sullivan Solar Power

SunPower Corporation
Suntech Power
Winston and Strawn LLP
Yingli Solar


$25K-$100K

All Points North Foundation
Applied Materials
Alcoa
Ardsley Partners
Baskin Family Foundation
Chevron Corporation
City of Pasadena
City of Livermore
City of Richmond
County of San Luis Obispo

City and County of San Francisco
County of San Mateo

City of Pleasanton
Clean Power Finance
Federal Home Loan Bank of San Francisco
IronRidge
Marin Community Foundation
Pacific Gas & Electric Corporation
The San Francisco Foundation

Salesforce.com Foundation
SDG&E/Sempra
SnapNrack
SolarCity
Solar Electric Solutions
Sullivan Solar Power
SunEdison
Union Bank Foundation
The Walmart Foundation
Weingart Foundation


$5K-$25K

Adobe
Fred & Jean Allegretti Foundation
The Angeleno Group, LLC. 
The Annenberg Foundation
Aruba Networks
Black & Veatch
Capital Power Corporation
Constellation Energy
Cisco Systems
City of Chico
City of San Jose
City of Upland
City of Yuba City
ClifBar
Ervin Cohen & Jessup LLP


Ford Motor Company
Fresno Regional Foundation
Fresno State University
Google
Grosvenor
IBM
IronRidge
Jewish Community Federation
Franklin Weinberg Fund
Fresno County Economic Opportunity Commission
Lifestyle Solar Inc.
One Pacific Coast Bank
Rabobank
Resource Media (in-kind)
Real Goods Solar

San Manuel Band of Mission Indians
San Diego Gas and Electric
SL Gimbel Foundation
SMA America
Snap N Rack
SolarMAX Technology
Southern California Edison
Sungevity
SunRun
Townshend/Lamarre Family Foundation
U.C. Berkeley Energy and Resources Group
Verengo Solar
The Walton Family Foundation
William C. Bannerman Foundation


$2500-$5K

Alternative Energy Systems
Answer Lab

Burnham Energy
California Center for Sustainable Energy
Century 21 Select Real Estate
Dole Food Company, Inc.
EcoDirect
Energy Bar Association
EDF Renewable Energy
Hartnell College Foundation

In Solar
Johnson Controls
LA Fitness Riverside
Modesto Junior College
Monterey Institute of International Studies
New Frontiers Marketplace
OC Sunny
PHOTON Consulting
Proteus Inc.
REC Solar


ReGreen Corporation
Santa Ynez Band of Chumash Indians Foundation
Solar Reserve
Solectria Renewables
SOLEX
SunUp Energy
Tigo Energy
Tri-Valley Community Foundation
US Bank


Individual donors

Hundreds of individuals also donate in support of GRID Alternatives' programs. Thank you for supporting renewable energy for communities in need!

Learn more about ways to give.


Last updated: 12/18/2013

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