Smart Connected Chillers are reshaping how chiller service is delivered and improving results for connected customers. With more than 3,000 chillers now connected, more than 54 million data samples are generated daily.
A new Michigan law, which provides local governments with flexible financing plans to conserve energy, is expected to make energy performance contracts more commonplace and affordable.
Energy systems are evolving with traditional users acting as both energy producers and consumers. This type of energy efficiency innovation was highlighted at the 2016 Energy Efficiency Forum in Washington, D.C.
Johnson Controls and the Sacramento Kings have signed an agreement that will integrate the building automation systems, as well as fire and life safety systems, to create an all-encompassing impact on Golden 1 Center – the future home of the Sacramento Kings.
The 2016 Johnson Controls Energy Efficiency Indicator (EEI) survey of more than 1,200 facility and energy management executives in the United States, Brazil, China, Germany and India shows interest and investment in energy efficiency are at an all-time high.
Johnson Controls has joined in the 2016 U.S.-China Climate Smart/Low Carbon Cities Summit highlighting solutions to reduce energy consumption in new and retrofit buildings.
A new residential touch-screen thermostat from the YORK® brand of Johnson Controls keeps homeowners seamlessly connected to their home comfort systems at home or away via their smartphones, tablets or computers.
Johnson Controls is partnering on an initiative to replace HVAC rooftop equipment at 225 Target stores. The initiative is a three-year project that entails installing 3,600 York Predator series packaged rooftop units to maximize energy savings through more efficient HVAC equipment at stores eight years or older.