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Voltage Vixens is a live, online course where you learn how to electrify your home from A to Z. In six weeks, you learn how to switch from gas to electric appliances, save money, and have a little fun along the way. You have access to thought leaders, an engaging climate tech curriculum, and more.

We promise three outcomes:
⚡️ Foundational climate tech knowledge
⚡️ An actionable plan to electrify your home
⚡️ A welcome, curious community

Regular Price
Early Adopter Discount
$100 (50% off)
Only 15 of 50 spots left - reserve your spot!
Enrollment closes May 26th.
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‍We started as a group of women trying to figure out how to electrify our homes (aka switch from gas & oil to electric). What we learned is that it's a complicated and messy process that is much more rewarding when you do it with friends. We are passionate about helping more women tackle electrification.

Got a question? Email us at hello@wildgridhome.com
⚡️ 6 hours of live, online instruction
⚡️ Weekly office hours for Q&A
⚡️ Interactive break out sessions
⚡️ In-person meetups in your area
⚡️ Unlimited donut emojis 🍩 🍩 🍩


Five years ago, I never thought I would be leading an online electrification course! I was a toy designer who was consumed with climate anxiety. I didn't know how to meaningfully address climate change in my every day life. I'm now a leader in the climate space and serial tech entrepreneur. I'm currently the cofounder & CEO here at Wildgrid. In 2019, I taught myself how to design solar panels and launched Grouphug Solar. My work has been featured on Shark Tank, the Today Show, The Wall Street Journal, and more. I've taught at universities like Parsons, SVA, and NJIT.

I'm thrilled to be leading this cohort! I share my story because I don't have a fancy degree or background in climate tech - I taught myself. It took me years of learning online and finding my "tribe". That's the experience I bring to this cohort. I hope to see you in class!
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  • Is attendance mandatory?
    No, but it's highly encouraged! Every class is interactive and includes live discussions with other cohort members.
  • Will recordings of the class be available?
    Yes, we will send recordings of class to enrolled cohort members.
  • Will there be any in-person classes?
    Yes! We plan on organizing in-person meetups in June after 'graduation'.
  • Is there financial assistance available?
    Email us at hello@wildgridhome.com and we'd love to chat.


*All classes are virtual. Stay tuned for local in-person meet ups in June after graduation.
Class 1: History of Energy  🏭  June 1, 12-1pm EST
The history of the grid and power plants. Plus the concept of "electrification" and how your home works (electricity, hvac, etc).

Class 2: Solar Energy  🌞  June 8, 12-1pm EST
The science behind solar, options for owners and renters, average costs, rebates, and the pros and cons to consider.

Class 3: Induction Stoves  🍳  June 15, 12-1pm EST
All about induction stoves. Plus, how to calculate if your electrical panel & home wiring needs an upgrade.
Class 4: Electric Vehicles & Batteries 🚗 June 22, 12-1pm EST
How electric vehicles work, costs, rebates, and the pros and cons to consider. Plus, we'll discuss home batteries.

Class 5: Heat Pumps & Insulation  ‍💨  June 29, 12-1pm EST
How to sustainably address HVAC issues. How heat pumps work, the different types, rebates, and the pros and cons.

Class 6: Plumbing & Rewilding Lawns  💦  July 13, 12-1pm EST
All about water & the outdoors! How electric water heaters work plus, how to convert your lawn into a pollinator garden.
Thanks to our partners for supporting Cohort #1!
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Want to partner with us on this course? Reach out at hello@wildgridhome.com.
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