Trumbull Campus 1,314 kWdc Solar PV Array (Virtual)

Kent State at Trumbull Campus 1,314 kWdc Solar PV Array, ground, fixed-tilt mounting consisting of 3,328 panels was completed by Melink in 2021. The Trumbull solar array provides clean energy, representing about 65 percent of campus use. It is enough energy to power 197 homes and eliminate 1,284 tons of CO₂ per year. It is estimated that the campus will save an average of about $23,290 per year and more than $582,160 over 25 years. Pollinator prairie flowers will be planted throughout the solar array in Fall 2021, yielding both natural beauty and a refuge for native honeybees, butterflies, and other pollinators that will help restore balance to the ecosystem. This area of native perennial plants has the potential to become a living laboratory for further environmental, biological, and botanical study. 

NOTE- This is a virtual site on the National Solar tour and is not staffed.



Trumbull Campus Solar Array