June 6, 2013: Johnson Controls Launches Enterprise Energy Services Offering
Services Include a Wide Range of Energy Improvement Capabilities
The offering combines energy-centered operations and maintenance practices, energy advisory services, and energy efficiency projects into a self-funding continuous energy improvement program, supported by an enterprise data management system.
According to Johnson Controls, Enterprise Energy Services combines its facilities management and building efficiency capabilities into tailored programs for large companies. Each program can be designed to suit a company’s specific objectives and budget requirements. Typical solutions include a guaranteed reduction in energy consumption across a client’s real estate portfolio.
Iain Campbell, vice president and general manager, Energy Solutions, Building Efficiency, Johnson Controls, said, “Corporate sustainability strategies can be at very different stages, which is why we have brought this pragmatic, tailored approach to the market. Enterprise Energy Services combines Johnson Controls’ experience managing global corporate real estate portfolios with its deep energy and building technologies expertise. We’ve completed over 2,500 energy projects and will leverage this experience to guarantee program results and help companies achieve their energy and sustainability goals.”
Johnson Controls said a company taking advantage of Enterprise Energy Services will have access to a wide range of energy improvement capabilities, including strategic planning, dedicated account-based energy management experts, energy-centric maintenance programs, facility infrastructure projects, and tailored communications campaigns. Enterprise Energy Services clients also benefit from the company’s building information technology, including the Johnson Controls Panoptix™ solution, which supports energy and carbon reporting, facility benchmarking, automated fault detection, and energy performance management.
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Publication date: 6/3/2013