Johnson Controls joins U.S. Global Partnership

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Johnson Controls is taking a leadership role in an United Nations initiative to increase access to energy. 

The United Nations Sustainable Energy for All (SE4ALL) initiative, a global partnership between governments and the private and public sectors, aims to ensure universal access to energy while doubling the rate of energy efficiency improvements and the global share of renewable energy by 2030. 

Through our membership in the World Economic Forum, Clay Nesler, vice president for Global Energy and Sustainability, participated in a number of global meetings and played a leadership role in defining the energy efficiency program for SE4ALL.
“This is a great opportunity to demonstrate our global leadership in building efficiency,” said Clay Nesler, vice president for Global Energy and Sustainability.
As a result, Johnson Controls is a co-leader of the Building Efficiency Accelerator, a public-private partnership that will help city, state and national governments speed up the adoption of building efficiency policies and the implementation of energy efficiency projects. 

“This is a great opportunity to demonstrate our global leadership in building efficiency,” Nesler said. “Johnson Controls has the opportunity to work with governments around the world to accelerate investment in energy efficient technologies while reducing costs, creating jobs and protecting the environment.” 

The program was officially introduced at the U.N. Climate Summit in September 2014.Johnson Controls continues to stay involved in SE4ALL meetings throughout the year.
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