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DNREC appeals Public Service Commission’s Earth Day action to halt key environmental policy

DNREC filed in Delaware Superior Court on Monday to stop the Public Service Commission from freezing Delaware’s increasing standard for renewable energy.




Former Housing Site Becomes the WHA’s Southbridge Solar Park

New 1.15 megawatt solar farm will save WHA $1.2 million and provide clean, renewable energy to housing authority residents WILMINGTON, Del. – The Wilmington Housing Authority (WHA), joined by Mayor Mike Purzycki, Governor John Carney and other local and state officials, today officially dedicated its new Southbridge Solar Park at 900 South Claymont Street. The 1.15 […]




DNREC Division of Parks & Recreation highlights installation of solar panels that now power Fort Delaware State Park

The Division of Parks & Recreation today marked the installation of 540 solar panels to power Fort Delaware State Park. U.S. Senators Tom Carper and Chris Coons, PSEG representatives, Delaware City Mayor Stanley Green, other state officials, and schoolchildren joined DNREC Secretary Shawn M. Garvin for the dedication.




Delaware middle school students invited to build and race solar-powered cars in annual Junior Solar Sprint competition

Delaware middle school students are encouraged to test their model car engineering skills and power up their solar panels for the 23rd annual Junior Solar Sprint race – a statewide challenge of creativity, engineering and speed that will culminate Thursday, April 27 with a day of racing at the Delaware State Fairgrounds in Harrington.




DNREC’s Division of Energy & Climate announces changes to the Green Energy Fund

DNREC’s Division of Energy & Climate today announced changes to the Green Energy Fund grant program for Delmarva Power residential customers. Projects with contracts signed on or after Dec. 1 will see slightly reduced grants for customer-owned solar energy systems. Another change to the program is that grants will no longer be offered for systems installed using a lease/power purchase agreement (PPA) financing model.







 Pages Tagged With: "solar power"

DNREC appeals Public Service Commission’s Earth Day action to halt key environmental policy

DNREC filed in Delaware Superior Court on Monday to stop the Public Service Commission from freezing Delaware’s increasing standard for renewable energy.




Former Housing Site Becomes the WHA’s Southbridge Solar Park

New 1.15 megawatt solar farm will save WHA $1.2 million and provide clean, renewable energy to housing authority residents WILMINGTON, Del. – The Wilmington Housing Authority (WHA), joined by Mayor Mike Purzycki, Governor John Carney and other local and state officials, today officially dedicated its new Southbridge Solar Park at 900 South Claymont Street. The 1.15 […]




DNREC Division of Parks & Recreation highlights installation of solar panels that now power Fort Delaware State Park

The Division of Parks & Recreation today marked the installation of 540 solar panels to power Fort Delaware State Park. U.S. Senators Tom Carper and Chris Coons, PSEG representatives, Delaware City Mayor Stanley Green, other state officials, and schoolchildren joined DNREC Secretary Shawn M. Garvin for the dedication.




Delaware middle school students invited to build and race solar-powered cars in annual Junior Solar Sprint competition

Delaware middle school students are encouraged to test their model car engineering skills and power up their solar panels for the 23rd annual Junior Solar Sprint race – a statewide challenge of creativity, engineering and speed that will culminate Thursday, April 27 with a day of racing at the Delaware State Fairgrounds in Harrington.




DNREC’s Division of Energy & Climate announces changes to the Green Energy Fund

DNREC’s Division of Energy & Climate today announced changes to the Green Energy Fund grant program for Delmarva Power residential customers. Projects with contracts signed on or after Dec. 1 will see slightly reduced grants for customer-owned solar energy systems. Another change to the program is that grants will no longer be offered for systems installed using a lease/power purchase agreement (PPA) financing model.