America's working families can't afford to be left behind by the clean energy economy
by Patrick Sabol
April 14, 2016
by Michelle Moore
In honor of #EqualPayDay, let’s consider what paying 10% of your total income for electricity means when you’re already paid less.
Jacksonville, Baltimore, Miami, Orlando, and Austin among cities with most energy cost inequality
April 13, 2016
Community solar is the new frontier in the pursuit of energy equity in the clean energy space. Groundswell CEO Michelle Moore explains why community solar is a game changer.
March 23, 2016
by Patrick Sabol and Michael Reed
Find out more about what Maryland's new regulation guidelines mean for community solar in MD.
March 18, 2016
by Kelsey Ryan
Groundswell is proud to partner with local boutique property management company Nest DC to offer 100% wind to 5 of their residential buildings this fall.
December 16, 2015
This week, Groundswell was featured in a Huffington Post article discussing the importance of grassroots action in the race to combat climate change.
December 15, 2015
Now, more than ever, Americans are demonstrating their support for climate change action. We at Groundswell are proud to do our part to help make it easier to #ActonClimate.
December 03, 2015
For Emmanuel United Methodist Church in Laurel, MD, sustainability is no fad. The church has a legacy of environmental stewardship since the 1800s—one that's alive and well in their church today.
October 22, 2015
Local churches, synagogues, mosques, and other faith communities are stepping up to take action to protect community members from environmental injustices. In doing so, they’re sending a strong message—one we must support.
October 09, 2015
by Canton Winer
Fully renewable—that means no fossil fuels, no natural gas. This move is momentous for sustainability and affordability.
September 13, 2015
by Imani Lewis
It’s hard not to love the idea of solar power, but not everyone can put solar panels on their roof. That’s where community solar can step in.
September 10, 2015