Keynote address outlines eight steps for urban leaders to improve energy efficiency in buildings
November 14, 2016
Efficient buildings align economic, social, and environmental opportunities, creating so-called triple-bottom-line benefits. That was the main takeaway from a keynote address delivered by Clay Nesler, vice president, global energy and sustainability, building efficiency, Johnson Controls Inc.
This course explains the benefits of combining modern air-to-water heat pumps with state-of-the-art hydronic delivery systems that provide space heating, cooling, and domestic water heating in both residential and commercial applications.