Groundswell is working with solar battery storage company A.F. Mensah on solar storage integration & resilience for our first community solar project in Baltimore at The Empowerment Temple. This Black History Month, we spoke with them about their work.
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.
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.
In the sixth installment of our "Road to Groundswell" series, Rev. Danté King shares his story. Learn more about his background in the energy sector and as a faith leader trying to steer the black church towards sustainability.
Partnership is leadership and the ability to collaborate effectively with diverse people & organizations to quickly propagate a good idea is the most important competitive advantage we can have as a community. Groundswell CEO Michelle Moore explains why.