Tag: Grid Alternatives

  • Incentive financing enables solar, battery storage at low-income community in Calif.

    A California-based non-profit organization dedicated to bringing clean energy to communities has secured financing to deploy affordable energy storage in low-income homes. The financing is part of The Energy Coalition’s (TEC) development of the Bassett Avocado Heights Advanced Energy Community (BAAEC) project, in partnership with Perl Street and Urban Us Capital. As part of the……

  • Bank of America invests $300,000 in GRID Alternatives’ SolarCorp program

    Bank of America renewed its partnership with GRID Alternatives, a nonprofit solar + storage installer in the U.S., with a $300,000 investment in GRID’s SolarCorps Fellowship Program. The funding will support GRID’s 37 SolarCorps Fellows in obtaining hands-on experience, mentorship, professional development, and increased knowledge about a career in renewable energy. “Bank of America is……

  • SMA America now a supplier for GRID Alternatives

    SMA America is now a national equipment supplier for GRID Alternatives, the nation’s largest nonprofit solar installer. The partnership will build on the organizations’ mutual goals to extend access to clean, affordable energy technologies in communities across the United States. SMA will do in-kind equipment donations as well as trainingsRead More — Solar Builder magazine

  • GRID Alternatives renews Bank of America partnership for SolarCorps Fellowship Program

    A $300,000 grant from Bank of America is helping to fund the GRID Alternatives SolarCorps Fellowship Program, which has up to 40 SolarCorps Fellows complete one-year, full-time paid positions focusing on solar installation, community outreach, and workforce development in GRID offices across the country. Throughout their year of service, participantsRead More — Solar Builder magazine

  • Pretty cool: Sunrun, GRID to provide free battery systems to low-income Californians in wildfire regions

    Everyone in solar and storage is making their pitch to California homeowners to get ahead of wildfire season, and this deal from Sunrun and GRID Alternatives will be tough to beat. GRID, the non-profit leader in making renewable energy technology and job training accessible to underserved communities, is teaming withRead More — Solar Builder magazine