By Année Tousseau, August 2016 — 

Sustainable Silicon Valley’s Net Positive Communities team has been working with Ecumenical Hunger Program to help them become more energy-efficient. Thanks to a grant from Mitsubishi and technical expertise from SunWork, EHP’s East Palo Alto campus got a makeover with solar panels and a cool roof. Learn more details via our blog post here.

Here’re a few shots of some of the people who made it all possible—and don’t forget to stop by EHP’s Blockfest on Saturday, Aug 13, 1 – 5 pm, to see the finished results!

It’s a free community party with activities, food, music, and entertainment at the EHP campus at 2411 Pulgas Avenue, East Palo Alto. Hope to see you there!

SunWork volunteers
Volunteers from San Jose Conservation Corps install solar panels. Photo: Mike Balma of SunWork.
SJCC volunteers discuss solar design
San Jose Conservation Corps volunteers discuss design with SunWork’s Reuben Veek. Photo: Mike Balma of SunWork.
Stanford volunteer works on solar panel
Stanford University volunteer works on the solar panel rails. Photo: SSV
Stanford students help with solar installation
Volunteers from Stanford University take time out to pose for a photo. Photo: SSV.
Volunteer installs cool roof
A volunteer at work installing the cool roof. Photo: SSV.
Volunteers spell out SunWork
SJCC volunteers have some fun spelling out SunWork. Photo: Mike Balma of SunWork.
SunWork volunteers carry solar panel
Volunteers carry a solar panel into place. Photo: SSV.
Volunteers attach panels to roof
Volunteers attach solar panels to the rails. Photo: SSV.
SunWork & SSV staff photo
SunWork Executive Director Reuben Veek, SSV Net Positive Community Program Coordinator Charu Ahluwalia, and SSV Research & Metrics Director Bruce Naegel. Photo: SSV.