Thanks in part to Solar For All DC, a program of the Department of Energy and Environment, Groundswell broke ground on two landmark solar projects totaling 168kW of capacity at the 100-year-old DuPont Park Seventh Day Adventist Church located in DC’s historic Ward 7 neighborhood.
Brad Boston, Suncatch Solar Construction owner and 4th generation electrical contractor, shares about his experience in electric and solar construction. With SunCatch, Brad makes Black Green History by advocating and facilitating opportunities for workforce development within the local community.
A new report by NYMBUS Holdings highlights immediate and measurable steps to close the diversity gap in Washington DC’s solar marketplace to address the underrepresentation of minority and women-owned businesses at every level of the solar supply chain.
2019 is already in full swing and across the country we are seeing significant advances and updates in the world of clean energy. This months blog highlights the initiatives of organizations working to recreate a sustainable future.
Clean energy is a complex field filled with endless twists and turns — from local policy and technical challenges all the way down to the varying interpretations of “clean energy” as a concept.
Groundswell’s work is ever-expanding into areas of opportunity including the Southeast and, more specifically, Georgia. Sixteen percent of Georgians fall below the federal poverty line compared to the national average of 12.7%.
On December 18, DC’s City Council will take its final vote on the DC Clean Energy Omnibus Amendment Act of 2018.
Thanksgiving is really about gratitude, and gratitude is one of Groundwell’s guiding principles. Michelle Moore, Groundswell's CEO, shares the work that the team has accomplished and milestones to be grateful for this holiday season.