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Energy Savings Strategies
Achieve Energy Savings with Johnson Controls Renewable Energy Technology
At Johnson Controls, we deliver innovative energy efficiency and infrastructure improvements that support your triple bottom line by balancing economic, environmental, and social outcomes. These services include renewable energy solutions that not only help your building to run economically and energy efficiently, but also contribute to the protection of the environment.
Energy efficiency is most effective when partnered with water efficiency, renewable energy technology and data enhancements, as well as energy-educated building occupants.
This nexus of energy efficiency components means your project includes a combination of improvements which, when working in tandem, build stronger, more profitable outcomes.
- Demand Response
- Energy Efficiency & Sustainability
- Lighting Services
- Performance Contracting & Other Funding Options
- Public Private Partnerships
- Renewable Energy
- Security & Fire Safety
- Technology & Data
- Water Efficiency
Academy of Energy Education - K-12 energy awareness program correlated to state curriculum standards.
Igniting Creative Energy Challenge – K-12 contest rewarding students for energy-saving actions and ideas.
Focus on Mentoring motivates youth through photojournalism designed to teach the importance of sustainability and valuable job skills.
Student Engagement extends your College or University sustainability goals through student participation in energy-savings actions.
Curriculum Development collaborates with Technical Colleges and Higher Ed Institutions in the development of curricula or degreed programs on renewable energy or sustainability.
Water Works educates residents on saving water through activities and tips inside colorful biodegradable plastic bags for homeowners.
To find out more about renewable energy technology initiatives that you can undertake in order to make savings and help the environment, call 866-392-6487 or contact Johnson Controls.