The school’s utility, Duke Energy, accepts only 500 kW of solar to the grid. The school consumes about 250 kW during peak hours, sells excess energy to the grid, and stores the remaining solar energy for later use.
Endorsement from project partner Johnson Melloh’s Jami Krynski, Vice President of Sales and Operations
“JLM has proven to be reliable, dependable and real leaders in their industry. Their innovation has proven to be a real value-add that is becoming usable and applicable to most of our target market. It’s been refreshing to get to know the JLM team. They are down to earth, while also very professional and intelligent. It is really easy to do business with JLM. ”a levelized cost of electricity. It saves money now, in the near-term and the long-term.”