Solarthon 2009: Low-Income Families Get GRID Alternatives

by , 09/11/09

Solar, marathon, GRID Alternatives, Habitat for Humanity, low-income, grassroots, power, electricity

GRID Alternatives will lead 200+ community and industry volunteers to install sixteen 1.8-kilowatt solar electric systems in their annual Solarthon this Saturday, September 12th, 2009 at Habitat for Humanity East Bay‘s Edes Avenue development in Oakland, California. These systems should generate over $270,000 worth of clean, renewable power over their lifespans and eliminate over 800 tons of greenhouse gas emissions. The event has already sold out, and organizers hope to raise more than $100K to help more California households reap the benefits of solar power

+ GRID Alternatives Solarthon

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