Snapshot: Telamon, city partner on solar array project


From left, Reggie Henderson, Telamon Enterprise Ventures vice president and general manager — energy solutions; Carmel Mayor Jim Brainard; John Duffy, director of Carmel Utilities; Albert Chen, founder of Telamon Enterprise Ventures and found and executive chairman of Telamon Corporation; Bruce Breeden, vice president of sales — energy solutions for Telamon Enterprise Ventures; and Jim Shaw, president of Solential Energy pause Sept. 14 during a visit to the solar arrays under construction at Carmel’s water plant. Carmel-based Telamon Energy is providing design, project management and construction supervision services. The arrays at this plant and another on Hazel Dell Road are expected to be generating power by late 2020. The arrays are expected to save the city millions of dollars during their lifetimes. (Submitted photo)


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