This is so delightfully amusing I don't know where to begin.
Call it a sign of the times or what have you, the Kentucky Coal Mining Museum is switching to an alternative energy source.
The Kentucky Coal Mining Museum in Benham, owned by Southeast Kentucky Community and Technical College, is switching to solar power to save money. The museum, which memorializes Kentucky's history in coal mining, is modernizing with a new form of cheaper energy.
Communications director Brandon Robinson told CNN affiliate WYMT that the project "will help save at least eight to ten thousand dollars, off the energy costs on this building alone."
The coal mining museum is switching to solar power because it's simply cheaper than coal in 2017. The only barrier to entry for solar power is the installation of the panels themselves, but that will become cheaper over time as production of panels ramps up.
Coal is not coming back. Trump's war on regulations will only get people killed and allow industry executives to extract as much money as they can from the community before their last operation shutters.