Global momentum for energy efficiency requires more bipartisan support, public
goals and private finance
MILWAUKEE, June 25, 2013
-- Johnson Controls energy efficiency survey reveals 116 percent increase in
the importance of energy management since 2010
MILWAUKEE, June 25, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --New research by Johnson Controls, the
global leader in delivering solutions that increase energy efficiency in
buildings, shows energy efficiency interest rose 116 percent globally since
2010, with those who set goals making the greatest strides in reducing energy
use. Momentum is also growing for green building certification and green
tenant space leasing, although many cite a lack of funding and uncertainty
over government policy as obstacles to investment.
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"We need public policies and private investment that 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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