This year, Groundswell celebrates another 28 Black-Green Leaders making a difference throughout the country and in their respective communities. These Black-Greens are transforming the defintion of what it means to be "green" this Black History Month.
The D.C. Dentist turned to Groundswell to help them switch to 100% wind power, and saved 7% on their energy bill as a result – proceeds the office is free to return to their patients in the form of better healthcare.
I can think of no better time of year than now to celebrate the joy that is intrinsic to our work, be grateful for the opportunities we have had this year to help others, and look forward with hope towards the year to come.
The Empowerment Temple is a renowned community anchor that serves both as a place of worship and a force for local economic development. Under the vision of Pastor Jamal Bryant, The Economic Empowerment Coalition makes it possible.
The Ouachita Electric Cooperative designed a new tariff structure that is a template for any utility that wants to save their customers money through energy efficiency upgrades, without incurring any financial risk.
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 for their spiritual mission.
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 solar for their communities.
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 Groundswell found.