US-based non-profit solar installer, GRID Alternatives, said Tesla has donated 569 kilowatts of solar PV panels.

The donation will unlock 15,000 hours of hands-on training through GRID’s community participation training- an initiative that offers solar installation knowledge from scratch.

The program comprises two certificates- the Installation Basics Training (IBT) and the Team Leader Training (TLT) certificate for more experienced participants.

The 569Kw donation will add to GRID’s efforts to supply free solar equipment to low-income households with significant donations already received by energy companies like Enphase, SunPower, Jinko Solar, IronRidge, and Schneider Electric.

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