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» Public sector institutions turn to Johnson Controls for leadership in energy management
Public sector institutions turn to Johnson Controls for leadership in energy management

Company recently named preferred energy services provider in Delaware

MILWAUKEE ? (March 25, 2010) ? Public sector institutions, including state and municipal governments, K-12 school districts and state universities across the nation continue to recognize the value of energy efficiency as a means to reduce energy costs and carbon emissions. These institutions are turning to Johnson Controls, Inc. (NYSE: JCI), the global leader in providing energy efficient and sustainable products, services and solutions, for energy efficient upgrades to aging building infrastructure.

The state of Delaware recently designated the company as a preferred energy services provider by the Delaware Sustainable Energy Utility (DESEU).

DESEU is a comprehensive program designed to help Delaware generate energy and cost savings, create new jobs, and support the environment. As one of the first energy services providers to be recognized by DESEU, Johnson Controls will have the opportunity to help improve the state?s government, academic, educational and municipal facilities on both the state and local levels. The recognition also enables the company to help Delaware move closer toward its goal of reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by 30 percent by 2020.

?Energy efficiency has never been more important, as validated by the public sector?s continued demand for comprehensive energy efficiency solutions,? said Joy Clarke-Holmes, vice president, regional solutions, Mid-Atlantic region, Johnson Controls. ?Performance contracting energy programs are cost-effective and impactful solutions for today?s energy conscious and fiscally responsible government and educational institutions.?

Johnson Controls solutions in state, local government organizations
As the largest energy services provider in the U.S., Johnson Controls helps federal, state and local governments achieve greater energy efficiency through self-funded programs. These programs include systems integration, alternative energy solutions, and innovation, which address facility improvements, create new jobs, reduce GHG emissions and improve comfort and productivity in buildings. Recent projects of note include:

? The Indiana Department of Correction ? Johnson Controls helped five prison facilities throughout Indiana implement energy efficient upgrades including the installation of biomass boilers that utilize scrap wood from local businesses. The project helps boost the region?s economy through support of local commerce and is anticipated to save the state of Indiana more than $36 million in energy costs over the next 10 years.
? The Orange County Convention Center ? Johnson Controls developed a solar photovoltaic (PV) system for the second largest convention center in the nation, located in Orlando, Fla. The system features a 1.1 megawatt rooftop single-crystalline PV system, providing enough energy to power between 80 and 100 homes annually. The solar upgrades have resulted in significant reduction of energy costs and carbon emissions through renewable technology.
? The State of Maryland ? As part of Maryland Governor Martin O?Malley?s energy initiative, EmPOWER Maryland, Johnson Controls supported the retrofit of more than 118 government facilities throughout the state. The revamp is expected to save the state more than $29 million in energy costs through 2017. Johnson Controls also upgraded 40 Maryland State Police facilities, saving an anticipated $15.9 million in utility and operational costs over 14 years.

About Johnson Controls
Johnson Controls (NYSE: JCI) is the global leader that brings ingenuity to the places where people live, work and travel. By integrating technologies, products and services, we create smart environments that redefine the relationships between people and their surroundings. Our team of 130,000 employees creates a more comfortable, safe and sustainable world through our products and services for more than 200 million vehicles, 12 million homes and one million commercial buildings. Our commitment to sustainability drives our environmental stewardship, good corporate citizenship in our workplaces and communities, and the products and services we provide to customers. For additional information, please visit

» ASHRAE Annual Conference to Focus on High Efficiency, Energy Conservation and Facts vs. Simulation
ASHRAE Annual Conference to Focus on High Efficiency, Energy Conservation and Facts vs. Simulation

April 7, 2010 - ATLANTA?Guidance on how to improve building systems?from moisture issues to ventilation?including high efficiency HVAC&R systems and ventilation systems, is an important focus of the technical program at ASHRAE?s 2010 Annual Conference, June 26-30 in Albuquerque, N.M.

?The program is strong in presentations that are market-based, addressing existing technology, systems and equipment, giving attendees more practical, hands-on knowledge that they can use daily in their professions,? Kirk Mescher, conference program chair, said. ?The conference presents more paper-related sessions, a result of integrating a shorter, conference paper into the program.?

The technical program starts Sunday, June 27, at the Albuquerque Convention Center. The program features 10 technical paper sessions (with 29 papers presented), 16 conference paper sessions (40 papers presented), 61 seminars, 10 forums and one technical plenary session for a total of 98 sessions and 69 meeting papers. For a complete listing of the technical program, visit

The program is divided into seven tracks. The tracks with the most number of programs are: High Efficiency HVAC&R Systems, Energy Facts vs. Simulation, Living with HVAC&R Systems, Energy Conservation vs. New Generation and Ventilation Systems.

Sessions of interest in these tracks include: Standard 90.1-2010, A First Look, a two-part seminar that presents information on the development and content of the upcoming 2010 version of 90.1; Energy Efficient Operation and Design of Data Centers, addressing efficiency improvement options in data centers and the resultant operating cost associated with these improvements; Energy Efficiency Retrofit Measures for Government Buildings, focused on energy efficient retrofits of existing buildings; HVAC System Noise Control for Classrooms, summarizing guidelines/requirements related to noise control in schools; and Building Energy Simulation 101, covering the basics of simulation programs and selecting the appropriate type.

Conference registrants will also be able to experience the technical program through the Virtual Conference, providing the most complete access to the state-of-the-art concepts and latest design techniques. Participants of the Virtual Conference can view and listen to programs on their own schedule, post comments and view presenters? responses. Access to the Virtual Conference is included with paid conference registration or can be purchased separately.

Advance conference registration is $515 (ASHRAE member) and $680 (non-member) by May 31. Virtual Conference registration is $299 (ASHRAE member) and $464 (non-member). To register or for more information, go to

ASHRAE, founded in 1894, is an international organization of some 50,000 persons. ASHRAE fulfills its mission of advancing heating, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration to serve humanity and promote a sustainable world through research, standards writing, publishing and continuing education.

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» Honeywell UOP Technologies Selected For Spain's Castor Underground Natural Gas Storage Project
Honeywell UOP Technologies Selected For Spain's Castor Underground Natural Gas Storage Project

UOP?s largest membrane unit to date to process up to 980 million standard cubic feet of natural gas per day

DES PLAINES, Ill., April 7, 2010 -- UOP LLC, a Honeywell (NYSE: HON) company, announced today that its Separex? membrane system and sulfur removal adsorbent technologies have been selected for Spain?s Castor Underground Natural Gas Storage (UGS) Project.

The Separex system and UOP GB-220 adsorbent will be used to remove impurities from the extracted natural gas in the on-shore facilities of the project located in Vinaroz, Spain. Removing impurities is a critical step in upgrading natural gas so it can be transported by pipeline.

The Separex system will be UOP?s largest to date in terms of throughput and, when complete, will allow the facility to process up to 980 million standard cubic feet per day (MMSCFD) of natural gas to provide reliable delivery in peak demand periods in Spain.

?The Castor UGS project will offer an estimated total of 1.9 billion cubic meters of natural gas storage capacity to support the significant growth in demand in Spain, and we are proud that the reliability and performance characteristics of our technologies will meet their needs,? said Gary Sturtevant, gas processing business director for Honeywell?s UOP. ?We continue to advance our membrane and adsorbents technologies to meet global demand for natural gas treating and conversion.?

Global demand for natural gas is predicted to grow 2.5 percent per year through 2015, with the market in Spain growing at around 15 percent per year, according to the International Energy Agency.

The UOP Separex technology upgrades natural gas streams by removing carbon dioxide, hydrogen sulfide and water vapor in order to meet the quality standards specified by pipeline transmission and distribution companies as well as end-users of the natural gas.
Separex membranes operate with very high on-stream factors for difficult-to-treat gas streams in remote locations. Separex systems can be installed on-shore or off-shore, require little to no utilities, and provide for very short start-up times and extreme turndown capabilities. To date, 70 Separex units have been installed worldwide.

The UOP GB-220 adsorbent is an advanced spherical high-capacity metal oxide absorbent designed for the removal of hydrogen sulfide, a contaminant found in natural gas.

The Castor UGS project consists of an underground gas storage reservoir that lies at a depth of 1,720 meters approximately 21 kilometers off the east coast of Spain, two offshore platforms for 13 wells and processing facilities; an onshore compression and processing plant located in the municipality of Vinaroz and an adjoining 30-inch pipeline. The development will be operated by Escal UGS, a joint venture of ACS Group, Engas and Castor Limited Partnership (majority-share-owned by Eurogas Corp.).

The UOP equipment and products will be delivered in 2011. The development of the storage facility will start in 2012, with first gas extraction expected in 2014.

UOP LLC, headquartered in Des Plaines, Illinois, USA, is a leading international supplier and licensor of process technology, catalysts, adsorbents, process plants, and consulting services to the petroleum refining, petrochemical, and gas processing industries. UOP is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Honeywell International, Inc. and is part of Honeywell?s Specialty Materials strategic business group. For more information, go to

Honeywell International ( is a Fortune 100 diversified technology and manufacturing leader, serving customers worldwide with aerospace products and services; control technologies for buildings, homes and industry; automotive products; turbochargers; and specialty materials. Based in Morris Township, N.J., Honeywell?s shares are traded on the New York, London, and Chicago Stock Exchanges. For more news and information on Honeywell, please visit

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