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Johnson Controls’ core businesses are recognized for providing sustainable products and services such as energy efficiency and energy storage solutions. We also use sustainability to improve operational effectiveness, and we engage with other key stakeholders on sustainability issues—including participation in COP21, the United Nations Climate Change Conference in Paris.

Katherine Hammack

The 26th annual Energy Efficiency Forum, held in Washington, D.C., and cosponsored by Johnson Controls and the U.S. Energy Association, focused on how the United States can leverage innovation to become an “energy efficiency superpower.” 

Katherine Hammack, assistant secretary of Army Installations, Energy and Environment, introduced Energy Efficiency Forum participants to the U.S. Army’s mission toward greater energy resiliency.

“Scaling Energy Efficiency in Corporate Supply Chains,” our Clinton Global Initiative Commitment to Action, is rolling out following a successful pilot. Johnson Controls energy experts visit supplier plants and train their in-house teams on identifying and implementing low-cost/no-cost energy efficiency improvement measures. The American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy will provide overall coordination of the commitment including recruiting manufacturing partners, gathering program results and reporting progress to CGI.

As a World Economic Forum Strategic Partner, Johnson Controls is one of 100 select companies that provide essential support to the Forum and are the driving force behind its communities and activities. Johnson Controls Chairman and CEO Alex Molinaroli chairs the WEF Automotive Industry Community; is a member of the Energy & Utilities Steering Committee; and serves as a trustee for the Global Challenge on Gender Parity. Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer Kim Metcalf-Kupres is an advisory board member for the Global Challenge on Gender Parity.