Solar electricity for 10 low-income families, USA

Oct 4, 2007

GRID Alternatives Fall '07 Newsletter

Check out the latest updates from GRID Alternatives, including our 100th low-income solar installation, expansion to Los Angeles, and an exciting partnership with SunPower.


  • Donna
    Donna good quick update on the org but a tad more specifics on the GG-funded projects would be welcome
    • 7 years ago
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  • Ariesfaery4
    Ariesfaery4 A great summary of what both present work as well as upcoming projects.
    • 7 years ago
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Susie Chang

San Francisco, CA United States

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