SunEdison and the SunEdison Foundation have announced a $1.2 million philanthropic partnership with GRID Alternatives to launch a National Women in Solar Initiative. The goal of the initiative is to increase the number of women in the solar industry and support their professional advancement. The investment is both financial and in the form of solar panels.
"Taking this step to create and advance the Women in Solar Initiative is not only the right thing to do, it is a smart business investment," said Ahmad Chatila, CEO of SunEdison. Read more here.