劳伦斯ville School solar array consists of a 30-acre, 6.1 megawatt solar facility. A total of 24,934 solar panels generate 90 percent of the School's needs. The array offsets 6,388 metric tons of carbon dioxide annually, the equivalent of taking over 1,250 cars off the road annually. During the day, the panels produce nearly twice the amount of energy needed by the School. The excess is exported to the local electrical utility, Public Service Electric & Gas (PSE&G) and credited to the School. The School draws energy from PSE&G after sundown.