Johnson Controls is the world’s leader in providing building efficiency, automotive interiors and automotive batteries. The $32 billion company was founded in 1885 by Professor Warren Johnson, the inventor of the electric room thermostat. Johnson Controls' employees are guided through the company's vision, values and objectives to create a more comfortable, safe and sustainable world.
Johnson Controls' global growth and competitive advantages result from the company's ability to integrate products, services and technologies in ingenious ways. Johnson Controls develops practical solutions to improve the relationships between people and the places where they live, work and travel. Johnson Controls is headquartered in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The company's three businesses, all leaders in their global marketplaces, focus on helping our customers meet their diverse needs:
CEO: Stephen A. Roell; Revenues: $37.26 Billion (2010); Employees: 137,000 (2010)
Statements on Climate Change
"As partners with the other members of the BELC and C2ES, we are committed to making the world more comfortable, safe, and sustainable by helping our customers around the world address global climate change."
Climate Change Targets
Johnson Controls aims to reduce energy intensity by 30 percent by 2018. It also aims to reduce GHG intensity (metric tons of carbon dioxide equivalent emitted per million U.S. dollars revenue) by 30 percent by 2018.
Climate and Energy Solutions
Technology Solutions (C2ES's Climate Techbook Factsheets)
Relevant Links: Johnson Controls Web Site, Johnson Controls Sustainability Web Site, Johnson Controls Sustainability Report