Johnson Controls leads the Empire State Building to $2.4 million of annual energy savings

In April 2010, we announced the kickoff of a $500 million capital improvement project of New York City’s Empire State Building. The project was to include $106 million in energy-related projects, of which $13 million was earmarked for specific energy-efficiency measures aimed at decreasing the build...

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