Harlan County, Ky., has a coal-mining museum. It’s putting solar panels on the roof.

A coal-mining museum in the heart of coal country is turning to solar power in an effort to save money and help the surrounding community. The Kentucky Coal Mining Museum is located in Benham, in the southeast corner of the Bluegrass State. Housed in what was originally an International Harvester commissary, the museum opened in 1994 and contains tributes to the industry for which the area is best known.

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