March 15, 2018
Clay Nesler, Vice President of Global Sustainability and Industry Initiatives at Johnson Controls Inc., recently discussed how the US-China Clean Energy Research Center Building Energy Efficiency (CERC-BEE) program is advancing smart buildings and technologies that conserve energy create economic development opportunities for the United States.
Please click on the links below for Nesler's interview with China Daily and for his presentation at the Greenbiz VERGE Conference.
China Daily: Smart Buildings Seen As Economic Engine
CERC-BEE in Greenbiz VERGE Conference: Public Private Collaboration Low Energy Buildings Lessons China