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Public-private collaboration for low-energy buildings
2017/11/09

November 7, 2017
Lessons from China
Clay Nesler, VP, global sustainability and industry initiatives, Johnson Controls, recently discussed the importance of an ongoing collaboration between the United States and China for improving energy efficiency for buildings.

Nesler shared his insights at VERGE 17, an annual conference and expo focusing on the technologies and systems that accelerate sustainability solutions in a climate-constrained world. The event was held in Santa Clara, Calif., in September 2017.

The public-private partnership, started six years ago, remains popular in both countries, according to Nesler, who is chair of the U.S. Industrial Advisory Board of the U.S.-China Clean Energy Research Center Building Energy Efficiency Consortium. “This initiative is successful because it leverages the resources of 70 researchers and over 50 partner organizations in the U.S. and China,” Nesler said. “The U.S. government contributions are matched over four-to-one by the Chinese government and U.S. and China industry partners.”

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