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CenCal Solar Inc. joins GRID Alternatives Sub-Contractor Partner Program
Clovis, CA – February 15, 2017
CenCal Solar Inc. is partnering with non-profit GRID Alternatives to install solar electric systems for low-income families in the Central Valley through GRID’s Sub-Contractor Partnership Program (SPP).
As a sub-contractor partner, CenCal Solar Inc., provides GRID Alternatives with complete residential solar systems, including installation and permitting at a reduced price, as well as a paid work opportunity for a qualified solar job trainee on each job.
“Employing high quality sub-contractors like CenCal Solar Inc. helps us meet increasing demand and bring solar power to low-income communities in all corners of the state,” said GRID Alternatives Co-Founder and Program Director Tim Sears. “And by hiring job trainees, our partners also help us further our mission of giving solar job seekers a leg up in the industry.”
About CenCal Solar Inc.
CenCal Solar Inc. is a family owned business based in Clovis, California. CenCal Solar Inc. specializes in residential solar sales and installation in the Central Valley. As a family owned business, the company takes the time to ensure that each customer is completely satisfied with their solar installation. CenCal Solar Inc. offers a turnkey product from system design, financing assistance, permitting, in house installations, inspections, interconnections and warranties. For more information, please visit www.cencalsolar.com or contact email@example.com.
About GRID Alternatives
GRID Alternatives is a non-profit organization that brings the benefits of solar technology to low-income communities. Using a barn-raising model, GRID Alternatives leads teams of volunteers and job trainees to install solar power on qualifying homes, providing needed savings for families struggling to make ends meet while preparing workers for jobs in the fast-growing solar industry. The Sub-Contractor Partnership Program (SPP) provides opportunities for selected contractors to participate in installations where the volunteer model is not practical. Partner companies agree to a reduced cost model and commit to hiring at least one eligible job trainee for each sub-contracted installation. For more information on GRID Alternatives and the program, please visit www.gridalternatives.org or contact Julian Foley at (510)731-1188 or firstname.lastname@example.org.