Johnson Controls starts $86M project at Canadian military base to cut greenhouse gases

Johnson Controls will partner with a Canadian armed forces base in Ontario on an $86 million project to reduce the base’s greenhouse gas emissions by 33%.

Johnson Controls (NYSE: JCI), which has its executive offices in Glendale, said it signed an energy-performance contract through a collaboration with the Department of National Defence in Canada.

The project will combine infrastructure investments and a community awareness campaign to advance the base’s energy resiliency strategy, the company…


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