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Products & Services R and AS Conferences 2000 May 2000: Retaining Top Talent in a Competitive Marketplace

May 2000 GBC Presentation: Energy System Management: Decreasing Costs through Technology Initiatives (Johnson Controls)

ID: GBC-P052000JGE


Published: Pre-2013


Delivery Format: PowerPoint


 

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Johnson Controls, one of the "World’s 100 Best Managed Companies" according to Industry Week Magazine, manages a technology-enabled Energy System Management (ESM) program to reduce clients’ energy spending. ESM is a series of specialized services for deregulation preparation, strategic energy budget administration and effective energy procurement that can be applied to any market. Through the ESM program, Johnson Controls customers have typically realized a 3-to-1 return on investment, saving as much as 15% of their energy budget. Join with Global Benchmarking Council members and guests as an expert from Johnson Controls shares his insights into "Energy System Management: Decreasing Costs through Technology Initiatives."

Industries Profiled:
Manufacturing


Companies Profiled:
Johnson Controls

Gerry Kuhel
Manager of Business Development, Utilities Services

Johnson Controls