Investments in solar parks, most recently 60kW in the Solaflect Fairbanks Solar Park in St. Johnsbury, now offset the Fairbanks Museum’s energy usage entirely
Solaflect Electrical Engineer, Michael Wood, at the newly unveiled solar exhibit at Fairbanks Museum & Planetarium in St. Johnsbury
“This Museum has been at the forefront of environmental exploration and stewardship for over 100 years,” Executive Director Adam Kane says. “We want to walk the talk — and we’re moving to renewable energy sources as a way to lead the way toward a clean energy future while we demonstrate the science and technology in our exhibits.”
“Solaflect Energy is proud to be partnering with such a cherished Vermont institution to help spread the word about the importance of solar energy as one of the most effective solutions to combat climate change,” says Bill Bender, Solaflect’s president and founder.