46 Posts

  • 2024 04 30
    Community-Owned Resilience To Be A Gamechanger For West Atlanta Community
    On April 30, Groundswell, in partnership with the Community Church Atlanta, Stryten Energy, InterUrban Solar, the City of Atlanta, the Wells Fargo Foundation, and GM, celebrated the construction launch of one of the first community-owned resilience hubs in the Southeast.
  • 2024 03 08
    Groundswell CEO Michelle Moore's moving challenge to solar developers facing community resistance to proposed clean energy projects is featured in a compelling passage of the newly released e-book Resilience Matters: Flourishing in an Era of Extremes, available online at no cost.
  • 2023 10 20
    Groundswell Celebrates Game-Changing Project
    Community Resiliency Hub at City of Refuge of Baltimore Showcases Benefits of the Inflation Reduction Act for Nonprofits
  • 2023 10 11
    Rural Renaissance Roadshow to Connect Rural Leaders to Resources for Economic Development
    Rural communities are often left out of conversations about economic growth and funding opportunities, but on October 25-27, federal officials, financiers, researchers, and experts on key areas of opportunity will gather in the home of rural economic innovation to change that at the Rural Renaissance Roadshow hosted by Groundswell.
  • 2023 08 10
    Groundswell Launches First-ever Rural Renaissance Roadshow, Coming October 25-27, 2023, to Bentonville, AR
    As America moves forward with its biggest investment in rural power in 100 years, Groundswell announces its first-ever Rural Renaissance Roadshow, to take place from October 25-27 in Bentonville, Arkansas. The roadshow will feature practical workshops on topics ranging from how agrivoltaics can help farmers produce food and solar power to how clean energy supports main street economic development, with sessions designed to equip rural leaders with the information and practical technical support that communities need to get local projects funded and built.
  • 2023 06 16
    Groundswell Celebrates New Community Solar Array And District Milestone
    On June 16, Groundswell, in partnership with Sargent Memorial Presbyterian Church, SunLight General Capital, Working Power, and the Office of the People's Counsel, celebrated the newest DC Solar for All community solar array, which will bring the number of income-qualified DC residents receiving free solar electricity to more than 6,000 households, as a part of the DC Department of Energy and Environment’s (DOEE) Solar for All program.
  • 2023 05 19
    USDA’s announcement today of $11 billion in grants and loans to build resilient, reliable, affordable clean energy is the biggest single investment in rural power since President Franklin Delano Roosevelt signed The TVA Act almost exactly 90 years ago on May 18, 1933 – creating the Tennessee Valley Authority, which still serves more than 10 million people across Tennessee, Kentucky, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia, North Carolina, and Virginia today.
  • 2023 03 08
    White House Council on Environmental Quality Chair Brenda Mallory joined U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Rural Development State Director Reggie A. Taylor today to announce a $575,546 Housing Preservation Grant that will be used for home repairs that will enable energy efficiency upgrades for at least 22 low- and very-low-income Troup County families through the Better Homes Rural Troup (BHRT) program.