Energy Efficiency Indicator 2009 Findings May 6, 2009
Introduction and Welcome 2008 Johnson Controls Energy Efficiency Indicator C. David Myers President Building Efficiency Johnson Controls Clay Nesler Vice President Global Energy & Sustainability Johnson Controls Don Albinger Vice President Renewable Energy Solutions Johnson Controls
This research recognizes the important role of workplace professionals in controlling operational costs related to energy consumption and making strategic capital investments in high-performing building technologies.
EEI report helps validate the initiatives facility managers are undertaking to reduce energy consumption, maximize efficiency and reduce their organizations’ carbon footprints to create a better, more sustainable workplace.
Computers & Lighting: Lights are turned off at 6:30 pm; on at 6:30 am. A natural light sensor dims the two outer rows of lights during the day, if it is bright enough outside. Light sensors in conference and break rooms turn off lights after 5 minutes if no movement. To reduce light pollution, down lights installed throughout the HQ. Daylight and views are provided to more than 90% of the space in the building.
Paper, printing, copying: No colored copies unless for a client. Double-sided printing. Recycled paper for all our copying purposes. 100% shred policy. Shredding company recycles all paper. All printers and copiers are ENERGY STAR. Printers go into shutdown mode when not in use.
Recycling: We encourage recycling of aluminum cans, plastic and glass bottles. Each break room and cafeteria has a container for recyclables. All cardboard and paper is recycled.
CHILLER PLANT RETROFIT: The chiller plant retrofit project includes the retrofit of four industrial electric chillers in addition to upgrades to controls, variable speed drives, and primary loop bypasses.