Johnson-Melloh Solutions proves that teamwork is the key to success when engineers work with the client to develop and construct a facility’s energy-savings solution. In fact, by collaborating with representatives at Jennings County Public Library, the project has yielded a NET ZERO on energy consumption.

Jennings County Public Library will produce enough solar energy for the next 25 years with not tax increase to the public.

“In all my years of library management experience, I have not had a more rewarding public contracting experience. Not only did Johnson-Melloh Solutions develop forward-thinking energy conservation measures, but they worked with the library every step of the way to make sure the project was delivered as promised – with NO ELECTRICITY COSTS.