Johnson Controls White Papers
Finding the right information to help you make your buildings more efficiently while reducing costs can be challenging. Johnson Controlsâ€™ facility experts have developed a series of white papers to give you the latest information on improving energy and operational efficiency in buildings. Whatever your building type, you can access in depth data and resources on topics ranging from renewable energy solutions or smart grid technology, to financing your facility improvement projects.
- Financing private sector building retrofits
New project financing models deliver strong returns with lower risk for building owners.
- Energy Policy Act helps buildings save
Federal tax deductions speed up payback on energy efficiency improvements for commercial buildings.
- "Deep Energy Efficiency Pays" program
Programs that optimize the performance of the whole building can significantly improve energy savings.
- Conserving water with renewable energy
Renewable energy can help conserve, move and heat water while saving money and lowering emissions.
- Smart water management
Applying the right expertise, processes and technology can help maximize efficiency and reduce emissions.
- Upgrading wastewater treatment plants
Modern, efficient treatment plants can reduce energy costs and provide economic benefits for the local community.
Water Management Solutions
- Implementing industrial lighting retrofits
Upgrading lighting technology provides energy cost savings and improves the quality of working environments.
- Creating a safe, sustainable community
Implementing new building technology adds value and helps create a safer more sustainable community.
- Central utility plants for healthcare facilities
Hospitals improve efficiency by applying a lifecycle approach to central utility plant's design, construction and operation.
- Smart grid technology for municipal utilities
Smart grid technology helps to make municipal utility operations more efficient and improves services it customers.
- Net zero commercial buildings
New building technology and design approaches will help buildings achieve net zero status.
- IT convergence and smart buildings
Advanced building technology and automation enhance performance while maximizing comfort, health and safety.
- Continuous energy improvement programs
A structured approach to energy improvements helps organizations take actions cost effectively with minimal capital investment.
- Commercial Building Technology
Effectively scaling demand response in commercial buildings can be beneficial to building owners and utility companies.
- Maximizing central plant efficiency
A holistically implemented Central Plant Optimization can deliver sustained energy savings of up to 60 percent.
Looking for more information? Johnson Controls' Institute for Building Efficiency provides the latest marketplace research, tools and analysis of energy efficiency solutions for buildings. To access these resources, visit the Institute for Building Efficiency.