JLM Success Story: Golf Courses

The average 18-hole golf course in California uses 800,000 kWh of electricity annually. The superintendent at a well-known golf course in Monterey, California, recently installed a renewable energy system from JLM Energy for the maintenance facility. This investment enables the golf course to now generate 99% of its electricity independent from the grid. Management projects nearly $1 million in savings over the course of the next 25 years. To put it in perspective, the reduction in carbon footprint is equivalent to eliminating more than 179,000 gallons of gasoline consumption.

JLM’s innovative Gridz platform can power your irrigation system, clubhouse, maintenance facilities, exterior lighting, and electric vehicle charging stations, a golf course’s largest expenses¹, for a fraction of the cost.

Our experts are ready to help you cut costs and increase the efficiency of your golf course operations. We can work with you to develop a customized energy solution that results in significant savings while showcasing your commitment to sustainability.

To learn more about how JLM Energy can relieve your operation costs and help your organization become even more green, call us today at (916) 304-1603.

1 GCSAA – Golf Course Environmental Profile Volume IV