by Taryn Tuss
Whether in his Baltimore community or before the U.S Supreme Court, Anthony W. Robinson is on the front lines of the second wave of the civil rights movement: economic development.
October 03, 2017
by Michelle Moore
Groundswell hosted its first annual Faith and Fellowship luncheon last week at the lovely Maple Springs Baptist Church. Our purpose: to share how solar power can equip local faith communities
September 15, 2017
Tracking renewable energy policy and regulatory activities in the region
by David Wright
Hey all! This month, I’ve been tracking a couple of policy and regulatory activities regarding renewable energy in the region. I’ll provide a quick briefing here; feel free to reach out with
September 14, 2017
Berneta Haynes is the Director of Equity and Access at Georgia Watch where she advocates for justice and equity. But that wasn't always the path she was on. She shared her transformation with
August 29, 2017
Atlanta, Georgia native Nathaniel Smith has advocacy in his bloodstream. Now he's hoping it's contagious.
August 22, 2017
As Groundswell’s Director of Community Engagement, Pastor Dante King is convening a gathering later this month for pastors and faith leaders from the DMV to learn more about the potential of
August 15, 2017
Switch & Share: What it means and why it matters
Many of the commercial customers who have switched have switched to 100% clean wind power with Groundswell saved an average of about 20% annually on electricity costs. But what does “switchin
Reflections from our participation at a recent national community solar summit in Denver, CO
by Quentin Anthony Anderson
Groundswell's Quentin Anthony Anderson reflects on his recent attendance and participation at the first annual Coalition for Community Solar Association Summit in Denver, CO this past July.
August 08, 2017
Harold Mitchell, Jr. is a legendary name in environmental advocacy & a 13-year veteran of the South Carolina State House. But in 1993, he was just a young man searching for answers concerning
July 19, 2017
Community Solar in Maryland: An Insider’s Perspective
Groundswell's Energy Coach Dave breaks down the regulatory market in Maryland and what that means for community solar.
July 03, 2017
Community solar projects can provide fair access to affordable energy East of the River
Residents of Wards 7 and 8 in the District pay the highest energy costs per square foot in the city even though they are least able to afford it, a white paper by energy equity non-profit Gro
June 12, 2017
Groundswell CEO Michelle Moore reaffirms Groundswell's determination to continue building community power despite the recent US withdrawal from the Paris Climate Accord.
June 02, 2017