The Parking Lot H solar photovoltaic carport was installed in 2017. It generates approximately 765,000 kilowatt hours annually and includes five electric vehicle charging stations. Avoided carbon dioxide emissions translates to approximately 509 acres of trees planted or 261 metric tons of unconsumed coal. View historic and real-time power generation data.
Solar hot water panels were placed on the roof of Nanticoke Hall to provide domestic hot water for student residents. The solar hot water is also used to heat the mechanical room in the basement. The project was a part of the major renovation of the building in 2011.
Solar electric panels (photovoltaic) are used to power the emergency alert sirens, keeping them protected from power surges and grid failures.