Low- to moderate-income homeowners who have found installation of solar panels beyond their reach could get assistance with a pilot program expected to launch next year.
Delaware middle school students enjoy hands-on renewable energy experience with DNREC-sponsored Junior Solar Sprint
Gauger-Cobbs Middle School of Newark and W.T. Chipman Middle School of Harrington claimed the checkered flag today as 24 teams of middle school students from 14 schools across the state vied for honors in the Junior Solar Sprint, a competition in which students build and race solar-powered model cars.
DNREC Division of Energy & Climate offers tips for homeowners considering solar lease or power purchase agreements
DNREC’s Division of Energy & Climate has developed guidance for homeowners considering installing solar panels through a lease or power purchase agreement (PPA).
Delaware Electric Cooperative will soon break ground on a four megawatt solar park in Sussex County, Delaware. Twenty acres of solar panels will be installed near Georgetown, capable of producing enough energy to power 500 homes. The park could eventually be expanded to 40 acres with the ability to produce eight megawatts of power.
Built from Delaware-manufactured components by Delaware contractors, the system will save the fire company an estimated one-third of its electric utility costs – approximately $400,000 over the life of the system.