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Johnson Controls, IFMA Release Energy Study Results

Written by Heidi Schwartz. Posted in Energy, FM Alert

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Published on October 26, 2011 with 1 Comment

Johnson Controls and the International Facility Management Association (IFMA) are releasing detailed findings from the 2011 Energy Efficiency Indicator survey. Administered by Johnson Controls in partnership with IFMA, the Urban Land Institute (ULI), and 30 strategic partners around the world, the fifth annual EEI survey polled global executives and building owners responsible for energy management and investment decisions in commercial and public sector buildings.

The survey tracked their priorities, practices, investment plans, and financial evaluation criteria to understand what projects they are implementing and the solution drivers and barriers they face. This year the survey reached  nearly 4,000 respondents representing 24 industry sectors and 13 countries on six continents.

For more information on the survey, contact IFMA.

About Heidi Schwartz

Heidi Schwartz

Schwartz joined Group C Media in April 1989 as managing editor of Today's Facility Manager (TFM) magazine (formerly Business Interiors) where she was subsequently promoted to editor/co-publisher of the monthly trade magazine for facility management professionals. In September 2012, she took over the newly created position of internet director for TFM's parent company, Group C Media, where she is charged with developing content and creating online strategies for TFM and its sister publication, Business Facilities. Schwartz can be reached at schwartz@groupc.com.

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  1. This is a wonderful program. Of the three disciplines covered by the ASHRAE/IESNA/ANSI Standard 90.1, good Lighting is the easiest with which to conserve energy; enhance design; increase productivity, safety, security, personal comfort, sales and attendance; and delay inevitable disintegration from prolonged exposure to harmful infrared (heat) and ultraviolet rays emitted by all lighting, natural and artificial.

    Central controls for lighting and adjacent systems enable considerable savings in maintenance and operation, and also provide valuable advance information to avoid costly unexpected shutdowns.

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