Grid Alternatives: Pioneering Nonprofit Solar Solutions and Praising the User-Friendly Sol-Ark System

March 17, 2023

We catch up with Cora, the director of the North Coast branch at Grid Alternatives. Grid Alternatives is the largest nonprofit organization dedicated to solar energy solutions in the United States, with an international presence. Cora shares insights about their work, including both on-grid and off-grid installations. During the interview, she discusses their experience with Sol-Ark, a solar product they have installed multiple times. Cora praises the Sol-Ark for its user-friendly design, spacious wiring compartment, clear labeling, and easy installation process. Overall, she emphasizes the high quality and positive experience working with the Sol-Ark system.

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