GRID Alternatives is a nonprofit organization that brings the benefits of solar technology to communities that would not otherwise have access, providing needed savings for families, preparing workers for jobs in the fast-growing solar industry, and helping clean our environment.

In 2014, Sara Rafalson and Stephanie Smith participated in the GRID Alternatives Women Executives Build, putting their skills to the test in constructing a solar array each in D.C. and Long Beach, California, respectively. In 2015, Sol Systems will expand its support to include a company-sponsored and staffed build for an array in an underserved community.

In November 2014, George Ashton accepted a position on the Mid-Atlantic Board for Grid Alternatives.

Stay tuned for more info about his service on the Board, as well as photos of our management team on the roof with GRID.