JLM Energy, a California-based renewable technology company, has supplied a renewable energy mobile unit to College of the Desert for using Foldrz in sustainability education programs and as a recruiting tool with prospective students.
JLM Energy said Foldrz has the ability to generate, store and distribute power to critical operations, including integration with third-party generators, hydraulic motion controls, and track the sun. JLM Energy’s cloud-based software, Measurz, monitors and manages the operations of Foldrz.
College of the Desert students will get training in:
# Renewable Technology
# Energy Storage
# Monitoring Software
# Energy Production
# Inverter Technology
“College of the Desert is committed to clean power and we are pleased to work with them to provide a venue for students to become aware of the importance of sustainability and explore careers in the field,” said Nathan Newsom, vice president of sales at JLM Energy.