efficiency strategies


Create Energy Savings with Johnson Controls

At Johnson Controls, we deliver innovative energy efficiency and infrastructure improvements that support your triple bottom line by balancing economic, environmental, and social outcomes. Energy efficiency is most effective when partnered with water efficiency, renewable energy technology and data enhancements, as well as educated building occupants.

There are many different ways to improve the efficiency of your buildings

Some organizations go after the visible first, tackling waste reduction with recycling programs. Others pursue looking for opportunities to save the most money. In some cases, a resource like water is especially scarce, and it commands first attention.

Energy efficiency retrofits optimize and modernize your facilities by introducing proven improvements that lower energy, operating and capital costs while simultaneously improving your indoor environments and reducing your impact on the outdoor environment.

The approach building designers, builders, owners and managers take can also differ. Some prefer to use recognized standards such as LEED® standards <http://www.usgbc.org>, or the US EPAs ENERGY STAR® benchmarking tools. Others prefer to develop their own benchmarking systems. And a few organizations prefer to “just do it.”

We offer multiple pathways for designers, builders, owners and managers to execute efficiency strategies in your buildings:

Each and all of these can reduce the impact of high energy costs, reduce the environmental impact of their operations, and raise the value and competitiveness of buildings.