Items Tagged with "Johnson Controls"

Filter Search Results

  • Blogs
  • Pages
  • Events

Existing building energy efficiency becomes multibillion-dollar industry

Most new construction today is done with some degree of energy efficiency in mind. While many new buildings use state-of-the-art technology in their HVAC systems, windows and other components, upgrades to existing buildings are needed in order to make a large-scale impact on energy consump Read More...

Advanced sensor market for commercial buildings to surpass $1B in 2016, study finds

The market for advanced building sensors that are key to increasing energy efficiency is rapidly expanding and expected to reach the $1 billion threshold this year, according to a new report from Navigant Research. In addition to optimizing lighting and HVAC systems, intelligent buildings Read More...

Building on RE100, The Climate Group launches EP100, aimed at energy efficiency

Following on the  corporate clean energy adoption momentum created with the RE100 initiative, The Climate Group on May 11 announced the launch of a similar program aimed at increasing "energy productivity" among global businesses. The EP100 program, according to a news blog  Read More...

Energy efficiency investments will increase 68% next year, executive survey finds

Interest and investment in energy efficiency has reached an all-time high, according to a new report from Johnson Controls. Results of the company's 2016 Energy Efficiency Indicator survey, which polled more than 1,200 facility and energy management executives acro Read More...

Johnson Control's 2016 Energy Efficiency Indicator Survey Summary

This power point from Johnson Controls details the results of the company's 2016 Energy Efficiency Indicator survey, which polled more than 1,200 facility and energy management executives across the U.S., Brazil, China, Germany and India. Johnson Controls pres Read More...

Toyota leads new clean energy revenue rankings

In an inaugural "Carbon Clean 200" list,  two corporate sustainability advocacy organizations have ranked global public companies according to total revenue generated from clean energy. Media and research company Corporate Knights and nonprofit As You Sow teamed up to create the rankings, Read More...

Stanford's 4th generation district energy system

This profile, presented by Johnson Controls, goes behind the scenes on the development and deployment of a new central energy facility at Stanford University that is expected to save the campus $420 million in operational costs. The plant, which is the cornerstone of the Stanford Energy Sy Read More...

University of Hawaii to reach 100% onsite RE

The University of Hawaii’s Maui College campus will become among the first in the nation to generate 100% percent of its energy from on-site solar photovoltaic (PV) systems coupled with battery storage. The project, part of a partnership with Johnson Controls and Pacific Current, will als Read More...

Johnson Controls expands research on energy storage tech

Johnson Controls announced Monday a partnership with Consolidated Edison Solutions, Inc., in a project to expand the market for energy storage technology through battery systems developed by Johnson Controls.The technology allows for seamless integration with building systems and provides flexi Read More...

Johnson Controls plant to go 100% green

Johnson Controls Building Technologies & Solutions has selected one of its largest facilities as the first of its plants to shift 100% its electricity to wind power. The plant, located in Wichita, KS, will source power from a wind farm currently being built near the facility. The wind farm is ex Read More...

Hawaii airport completes solar installation

The Hawaii Department of Transportation (HDOT) announced the completion of the installation of 2,980 additional photovoltaic panels on the 5th floor of the Terminal 2 (formerly the Overseas Terminal) garage at the Daniel K. Inouye International Airport (HNL). Construction on the Terminal 2 panels be Read More...

Cornell College to implement $5.9M in efficency improvements

Cornell College in Mount Vernon, Iowa, will implement $5.9 million in infrastructure improvements to help reduce energy usage by 20% throughout the campus. Updates began in August, with plans to remove buildings from steam heat usage by the end of November 2019; the full project is scheduled to be c Read More...

  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • LinkedIn
  • Subscribe