Trinity Lutheran College’s solar project reflects the school’s commitment to educate students, faculty, staff and community members about sustainable sources of power. The solar installation produces energy and, with an interactive display and supporting classroom curriculum, provides a means to learn about energy production and conservation using real-time data. The school's goal is to integrate their studies on environmental education through math, science, social studies, business, applied communication, and religious studies. The solar project is a major element in Trinity Lutheran's Rooftop Garden and Children’s Play Area. The photovoltaic (PV) system features a single 2.52 kW array of 12 Evergreen 210-watt PV modules. Under full sun conditions, the system could light more than 175 compact fluorescent light bulbs. Over a year, it will produce more than 2,500 kilowatt-hours of clean, renewable energy.