Johnson Controls offers ideas on energy issues
Company makes several announcements at Greenbuild Conference
The emphasis at the Greenbuild Conference in Boston in November was energy efficiency, and Johnson Controls was among the vendors presenting efficient solutions for the manufacturing sector at the conference.
, vice president, global energy and sustainability, Johnson Controls. “We provide ingenious products, services and solutions for companies to implement efficiency measures now - because it’s never been more important.”
Johnson Controls showcased several of the company’s new initiatives Greenbuild. They include:
Greenprint %%MDASSML%% Launching at Greenbuild, Greenprint is a new online tool from Johnson Controls in conjunction with the National Resources Defense Council, that will help consumers and businesses assess and improve levels of personal sustainability at home, at work and on the road. Visit www.MyGreenprint.org for additional information.
IBM Tivoli Monitoring for Energy Management %%MDASSML%% A software that integrates with Johnson Controls Metasys
LEED Training Program %%MDASSML%% Johnson Controls is raising the bar as an industry leader with a new training program that will result in 800 LEED accredited Johnson Controls employees by October 2009. The program will train 500 salespeople in the United States and 300 in Europe.
Energy Efficient Technologies %%MDASSML%% Responding to customer and industry requests, the company is introducing several technologies and software applications to help minimize energy consumption and increase sustainability, including:
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There were the big events for the year, including the United States as Partner Country at Hannover Messe in April and the 2016 International Manufacturing Technology Show in Chicago in September. There's also the matter of the U.S. presidential elections in November, which promise to shape policy in manufacturing for years to come.
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