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July 29, 2011

2011 Energy Efficiency Indicator Global Survey Discussion

In June 2011, the Johnson Controls Institute for Building Efficiency in partnership with the International Facility Management Association and the Urban Land Institute released the fifth annual Energy Efficiency Indicator Global Survey at the 22nd Annual Energy Efficiency Forum in Washington, D.C., an event held at the National Press Club and co-sponsored by the United States Energy Association and Johnson Controls.


The high-level, invitation-only gathering has been successful in advancing energy efficiency issues with the help of many eminent speakers, including Congress members, governors, and mayors. The audience features international business and industry leaders on site, with thousands more watching online through the Virtual Energy Forum.

This year’s Forum included a presentation of the EEI findings (20-minute video included in resources above) and an hour-long panel discussion with questions from the audience, which has been edited to a 15-minute video (above). Beyond the facts and figures from the EEI Global Survey, panel members consider provocative issues such as the rising importance of energy security, the debate over publicly funded incentives, and the outlook for energy efficiency policy.


  • Clay Nesler – VP Global Energy Solutions, Johnson Controls


  • Dave Myers – President, Building Efficiency, Johnson Controls

  • Barry Worthington – Executive Director, U.S. Energy Association

  • Tony Keane – President/CEO, International Facility Management Association

  • Kenneth W. Hubbard – Executive Vice President, Hines and Trustee, Urban Land Institute



July 2011


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