Energy experts push for bipartisan action to support energy efficiency

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Johnson Controls' energy efficiency survey reveals 116 rise in energy efficiency, described as America's first fuel

MILWAUKEE, June 25, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- New research by Johnson Controls, the global leader in delivering solutions that increase energy efficiency in buildings, echoes President Obama's call for more certainty to push clean energy, including energy efficiency, which will save money, reduce carbon pollution and make buildings more valuable.  Energy efficiency interest rose 116 percent globally since 2010. Members of congress from both parties agreed that energy efficiency is one element of the climate change they can agree on at the 24th Energy Efficiency Forum in Washington, DC recently.

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"We need public policies and private investment to work together to reduce the market's uncertainty and capture this year's momentum toward a more energy efficient global economy," said Dave Myers, president of Johnson Controls Building Efficiency. The Energy Efficiency Indicator is a global survey of more than 3,000 building owners and operators in 10 countries.

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