Solar panels added to Delaware Children’s Museum

The Delaware Children’s Museum is going solar.

  Just starting its second year of operation, the museum along the Wilmington Riverfront will be getting an array of solar panels to help power the facility.  The array will be installed by SolarDock, a company headquartered in Wilmington that uses a patented system to install the panels without penatrating the building’s roof.  Some of Delaware’s top elected officials and others will help with the ceremonial installation process this afternoon.

 

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