16 Jun '11, 3pm

Building Owners Expect Energy Price Spike, Target 12% Energy Reduction

Eighty percent of building owners expect double-digit energy price increases over the next year, which has prompted an average energy reduction target of 12 percent, according to Johnson Controls annual global energy efficiency indicator survey of nearly 4,000 building owners and operators around the world . Lighting and heating, ventilation, air conditioning and controls improvements are the most popular energy efficiency improvements.

Full article: http://www.environmentalleader.com/2011/06/16/building-ow...

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