IND Solar Farm Project Partners Announce Educational Kiosk at Indianapolis International Airport

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Kiosk installed at Indianapolis International Airport tied to largest airport-based solar farm in the world.

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IND Solar Farm project partners Johnson Melloh Solutions and Telamon Corporation are happy to announce that an interactive kiosk is now available for viewing in the baggage claim area at the Indianapolis International Airport.

Sponsored by Ball State University, the kiosk serves as an educational tool for airport visitors to learn more about the IND Solar Farm, the largest airport-based solar farm in the world. Throughout the kiosk pages, users can watch a time lapse video of construction, learn how solar works, read through various statistics tied to the solar farm, and much more. The kiosk will be updated with additional information as projects are completed.

The second phase of the IND Solar Farm was approved by the Federal Aviation Administration and is on schedule to be completed by the end of 2014. For more information on the IND Solar Farm, visit http://www.indsolarfarm.com.

ABOUT JOHNSON MELLOH SOLUTIONS
Formed in response to the growing need of an energy services company that can self-perform, Johnson Melloh Solutions focuses on energy conservation services and general contracting for customer classes, ranging from residential renewable energy offerings to energy savings contracting for school systems to large scale industrial energy plant management and service. JMS develops a holistic evaluation of their customers’ energy infrastructure and then has the wherewithal to implement the ideas. JMS stands ready to address all of the energy demands their clients may face. For more information, visit http://www.johnsonmellohsolutions.com.

ABOUT TELAMON CORPORATION
Telamon Corporation’s goal is to simplify business. Telamon specializes in solutions for telecommunication networks, business process outsourcing, energy management, industrial assembly, and telehealth services. Based in Carmel, Indiana, Telamon operates in ten locations - nine domestic and three international. Telamon, the Greek word for “support”, is uniquely positioned as a minority owned company. Telamon continuously exceeds customer expectations and standards and has been recognized globally through numerous awards and certifications. For more information, please visit Telamon’s website at http://www.telamon.com.

ABOUT BALL STATE UNIVERSITY
Ball State University is one of the first 12 universities in the U.S. to sign-on to the American College and University Presidents Climate Commitment (ACUPCC); one of 39 universities to achieve a Gold Rating from the Sustainability Tracking Assessment and Rating System (STARS); and the first university in the world to receive the International Sustainable Campus Network (ISCN) Award for Sustainability Integration. It continues to seek partners to work with its students and faculty to advance the social, environmental and economic sustainability of Indiana. For additional information, visit http://www.bsu.edu/sustainability.

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