An orphanage in Haiti, as well as organizations in Michigan, will harness the energy of the sun thanks to donations of solar panels and inverters from Detroit Edison.
The solar equipment came from the utility’s first solar facility in Scio Township, near Ann Arbor, which first started producing electricity in 1997. The facility was decommissioned this summer in favor of newer solar technology that’s being installed at the site. In the meantime, Detroit Edison has donated the 120 solar panels and power inverters to six organizations.
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