Published 12th of July 2021 by Nina

Johnson Controls International's OpenBlue Service Supports Sustainability Transition in the Built Environment

Global building management company Johnson Controls has this week launched OpenBlue Net Zero Buildings, a sustainability-led service which looks to hold a great deal of promise for both the company itself and its customers in their march to reduce #carbon emissions, energy consumption and other sustainability goals.

Good for the planet and good for business, OpenBlue's service is aimed to support the challenges related to reducing the estimated 40% of global #emissions created by the built environment.
-      In May 2021, the company commissioned a survey of c. 1,000 North America professionals whose scope includes building operations, facilities and energy management and #sustainability leadership.
-      Over 90% of respondents cite corporate ambitions to reduce carbon emissions and #energy consumption.
-      Over 60% of respondents have targets with 50% or greater reduction by 2030.
This means that Johnson Controls is very much “pushing on an open door”. 
The OpenBlue services include real-time performance dashboards, reporting services for assessing dimensions such as energy use, #water use, materials, emissions and – importantly -- #innovation and solutions which support sustainability transition.
"Necessity is the mother of invention," goes the proverb, and our climate is making very necessary, indeed, the road to #netzero. It is not a journey without challenge. Johnson Controls’ OpenBlue will, at least, make the journey easier.

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