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Sustainability – “The Triple Bottom Line” Sustainability doesn’t require sacrifice; it requires a new Sustainability – “The Triple Bottom Line” Sustainability doesn’t require sacrifice; it requires a new frame of mind 1 Pg 1

Green Building Trends n Green Buildings are part of the legislative and the boardroom Green Building Trends n Green Buildings are part of the legislative and the boardroom strategic agenda n New roles are emerging – Chief Sustainability Officer, Director of Energy and Sustainability, etc. n Green Building market is large and growing rapidly -- $12 billion in construction starts in 2008, $60 billion by 2010 n Price premium for Green Buildings is shrinking, making them even more economically beneficial n Existing building registrations up in all verticals markets n Focus on improved Operations and Maintenance procedures that reduce operating costs n Carbon is playing a more important role in the Green Building discussion 2 Pg 2

Green is becoming a competitive driver… Recent global survey of CEOs on the topic Green is becoming a competitive driver… Recent global survey of CEOs on the topic of sustainability: 75% said sustainability Why have a sustainability strategy? is either an important part of corporate strategy or expect it to be important in the future 1. To have a competitive advantage 2. To be seen as leaders in sustainability 3. Public interest in the environment 3 Pg 3

Development and conversions of existing building stock to green operations 4 Pg 4 Development and conversions of existing building stock to green operations 4 Pg 4

Where should you start? Target your facilities… Why? Existing buildings account for: n 40% Where should you start? Target your facilities… Why? Existing buildings account for: n 40% of all energy n 68% of all electricity n 12% of the potable water n 40% of raw materials n 40% of GHG emissions n 30% of waste output The answer is not constructing new Green Buildings… 5 Source: USGBC Pg 5

The greenest building is one that already exists. n Greenhouse gas emissions from renovation The greenest building is one that already exists. n Greenhouse gas emissions from renovation are 30 -50% less than an equal investment in new construction n At the same time, 20% more jobs are created with renovation projects 6 Source: Carnegie Mellon Green Design Institute Life Cycle Assessment Tool, eiolca. net Pg 6

Green initiatives are abundant and growing… 19 Federal agencies use LEED as standard 40 Green initiatives are abundant and growing… 19 Federal agencies use LEED as standard 40 -50 cities, higher education facilities and others have mandated LEED Government NACo Green Government initiative US Conference of Mayors Climate Initiative Energy Independence and Security Act 2007 Clinton Climate Initiative Building Retrofit Program American College and University Presidents Climate Commitment Education Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education Collaboration for High Performance Schools USGBC/Clinton Climate Build Green Schools initiative Green Grid (IT) Private Sector Green Guide for Healthcare Architecture 2030 BOMA 7 -Point Challenge/CCI Center for Energy and Climate Solutions 7 Pg 7

Green building characteristics n Energy and Water Savings n Emission Reductions n Operations & Green building characteristics n Energy and Water Savings n Emission Reductions n Operations & Maintenance Savings n Improved Workforce Productivity n Employee Attraction and Retention (green buildings attract and help retain employees) n Business Retention and Expansion (green businesses attract more green businesses to a community) 8 Pg 8

Other benefits of green buildings… n Extends equipment life n Reduces maintenance costs n Other benefits of green buildings… n Extends equipment life n Reduces maintenance costs n Reduces risk from energy price spikes n Reduces environmental risk n Reduces insurance liability with healthier employees 9 Pg 9

A green building really addresses more than the building… Green Building Green Landscaping and A green building really addresses more than the building… Green Building Green Landscaping and Green Transportation Green Operations, Services, Products, Programs and Procurement a green, sustainable facility incorporates all three elements 10 Pg 10

Green Buildings “As green goes mainstream, standard buildings will rapidly become obsolete and lose Green Buildings “As green goes mainstream, standard buildings will rapidly become obsolete and lose value. To avoid this problem, building owners should carry out green renovations. ” Charles Lockwood Harvard Business Review, June 2006 11 Pg 11

Life Cycle Cost of Buildings “For offices, LEED building energy use intensity averaged 33% Life Cycle Cost of Buildings “For offices, LEED building energy use intensity averaged 33% below the national average for commercial buildings. ” Source: New Building Institute, 2008 12 Pg 12

Economically, green buildings… Save energy and water Increase market value of building SAVE MONEY Economically, green buildings… Save energy and water Increase market value of building SAVE MONEY Cut operational costs MAXIMIZE SUSTAINABILITY 13 Pg 13

Environmentally, green buildings… Cut greenhouse gas emissions SAVE THE ENVIRONMENT Maintain natural resources Encourage Environmentally, green buildings… Cut greenhouse gas emissions SAVE THE ENVIRONMENT Maintain natural resources Encourage green practices of tenants or owner occupants MAXIMIZE SUSTAINABILITY 14 Pg 14

Socially, green buildings… Enhance public image BUILD COMMUNITY Tenant/worker productivity/retention Reduce absenteeism; Improve health Socially, green buildings… Enhance public image BUILD COMMUNITY Tenant/worker productivity/retention Reduce absenteeism; Improve health MAXIMIZE SUSTAINABILITY 15 Pg 15

How do I move forward? Follow ENERGYSTAR benchmarking TM high performance green building Follow How do I move forward? Follow ENERGYSTAR benchmarking TM high performance green building Follow Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design (LEED®) requirements for new and existing buildings, O&M 16 Pg 16

What is the LEED System? Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design A voluntary national What is the LEED System? Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design A voluntary national guide for developing high-performance, sustainable buildings and interiors. 17 Pg 17

LEED programs n Building certification n Certified n Silver n Gold n Platinum n LEED programs n Building certification n Certified n Silver n Gold n Platinum n Professional accreditation n Training workshops n Educational resources – www. usgbc. org 18 Pg 18

LEED Point Categories LEED requirements address the complete life cycle of a building – LEED Point Categories LEED requirements address the complete life cycle of a building – from the site on which it sits, to the cleaning of the facility. Standardizes credit categories for all rating systems: n Sustainable Sites n Water efficiency n Energy and Atmosphere n Materials and Resources n Indoor Environmental Quality n Innovation 19 Pg 19

Case Study: Johnson Controls Building Efficiency HQ Project: 130, 000 sq. ft. Brengel Technology Case Study: Johnson Controls Building Efficiency HQ Project: 130, 000 sq. ft. Brengel Technology Center, Milwaukee, WI; first and only dual-certified building Challenge: Demonstrate that it doesn’t have to cost more to build a high performance green building Results: LEED Silver Certification NC/ LEED Gold Certification EB n 35% reduction in operating costs (approximately $. 76 per sq ft lower than traditional buildings) n Avoided emissions (2 million pounds of CO 2; 180 pounds of CO; 14, 000 pounds of sulfur dioxide) n $76, 000 energy savings annually n $225, 000 initial savings from integrated building systems 20 Pg 20

The greening process is getting easier… “… we have access to tools that are The greening process is getting easier… “… we have access to tools that are proven to lower overhead costs, improve productivity and strengthen the bottom line. ” Charles Lockwood, Harvard Business Review, 2006 21 Pg 21

Our “Path to Sustainability”: a green toolkit Follow the path… 22 Pg 22 Our “Path to Sustainability”: a green toolkit Follow the path… 22 Pg 22

Determine Energy Use, Calculate GHG Baseline, Assess Building Portfolio Fund Green Project Create a Determine Energy Use, Calculate GHG Baseline, Assess Building Portfolio Fund Green Project Create a Green Plan Implement Solutions 23 Educate, Communicate and Report Pg 23

Create a Green Plan Create a green plan n Use our award-winning strategic planning Create a Green Plan Create a green plan n Use our award-winning strategic planning tool – the Sustainability Navigator n What if you could n Prioritize facility needs. . . across your organization? n Learn about best practices. . . from other industries? n Achieve organizational alignment…around specific strategies? n Reach consensus on solutions…with all stakeholders? And get it all done in one day? ? 24 Plan Assess Fund Implement Educate Report Pg 24

Establish Goals n Comprehensive report of findings n Suggested timeline for action n Suggested Establish Goals n Comprehensive report of findings n Suggested timeline for action n Suggested “how-to” plan for action n Priorities of sustainability for your organization We take you from planning to action plan -quickly and easily 25 Plan Assess Fund Implement Educate Report Pg 25

Assess Building Portfolio – Establish GHG and Energy Baselines n Utility Bill Processing and Assess Building Portfolio – Establish GHG and Energy Baselines n Utility Bill Processing and Payment n pays and tracks your utility bills n this tool identifies billing errors and validates rate calculation n the data is then used for energy benchmarking and greenhouse gas (GHG) reporting n Energy Benchmark – submits building data to ENERGYSTAR® Portfolio Manager to maintain your performance score n compares your facility to other like facilities n Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Reports – automatically converts your energy use data to GHG emissions 26 Plan Assess Fund Implement Educate Report Pg 26

Assess Building Portfolio – Establish GHG and Energy Baselines n Green Compass Part I: Assess Building Portfolio – Establish GHG and Energy Baselines n Green Compass Part I: a comprehensive green building assessment/management tool n building assessment tool - scorecard n financial evaluator – ROI analysis 27 Plan Assess Fund Implement Educate Report Pg 27

Green Building Solutions Process Customer Energy Database (1 yr. history min. ) Energy usage Green Building Solutions Process Customer Energy Database (1 yr. history min. ) Energy usage per sq. ft. Portfolio Manager EPA ENERGYSTAR Benchmarking tool ES>= 75 Points Qualifies for ENERGYSTAR label ES>= 69 Points Meets the Energy performance for LEED EB Focused energy audit JCI validation of utility data and ES program minimum standards Project Development Agreement ENERGYSTAR label award (bldg plaque) 28 ES<= 69 Points Energy upgrades required Install upgrades to meet 69 point hurdle Green Compass LEED EB O&M Audit Pg 28

Green Building Solutions Process (cont’d) Green Compass Scorecard/ROI Reports USGBC Registration Opt not to Green Building Solutions Process (cont’d) Green Compass Scorecard/ROI Reports USGBC Registration Opt not to pursue LEED Meet LEED as is Need to develop LEED credits Align LEED with savings streams Credit-by-Credit Develop LEED EB project Develop Documentation USGBC Submission (Green Compass/LEED online) 29 Deliver LEED EB Certification! Pg 29

Funding green projects using Performance Contracting Performance contracting is encouraged through state legislation and Funding green projects using Performance Contracting Performance contracting is encouraged through state legislation and CCI as a procurement method that allows projects to be funded using the energy and water savings 1. customer finances facility improvements 2. project energy, water and operational savings are enough to pay for the financing with an attractive risk-adjusted ROI 3. customer keeps all savings 4. utility and operational savings pay for financing and are guaranteed by Johnson Controls so your risk is mitigated 30 Plan Assess Fund Implement Educate Report Pg 30

Performance Contracting – your costs today Utility Bill Before 31 Plan Assess Fund Implement Performance Contracting – your costs today Utility Bill Before 31 Plan Assess Fund Implement Educate Report Pg 31

Performance Contracting – during the term of the contract Immediately begin to enjoy the Performance Contracting – during the term of the contract Immediately begin to enjoy the savings Utility Bill Payment for Efficiency Upgrades Customer Savings Before During Plan Assess Fund Implement Educate Report Pg

Performance Contracting – enjoying the full savings Enjoy the full savings Utility Bill Payment Performance Contracting – enjoying the full savings Enjoy the full savings Utility Bill Payment for Efficiency Upgrades Customer Savings Before During Plan Assess Fund After Implement Educate Report Pg

Other benefits of performance contracting… n Most performance contracting projects help our customers qualify Other benefits of performance contracting… n Most performance contracting projects help our customers qualify for a significant amount of LEED points with no added costs, other than documentation process management n The Green Compass tool can decrease the documentation costs by 25 -50% with its template driven web-based platform 34 Plan Assess Fund Implement Educate Report Pg 34

Implement green building solutions n Eco-friendly HVAC equipment n Carbon dioxide monitoring n Building Implement green building solutions n Eco-friendly HVAC equipment n Carbon dioxide monitoring n Building commissioning/Re-commissioning n Personal environments n LEED and ENERGYSTAR Certification n Under floor air distribution systems n Integrated building management systems n Renewable energy solutions n Water conservation n Lighting systems n Green O&M support services – cleaning, landscaping, materials sourcing 35 Plan Assess Fund Implement Educate Report Pg 35

Manage the Process for LEED Certification/Impact Reporting n Green Compass Part II: a green Manage the Process for LEED Certification/Impact Reporting n Green Compass Part II: a green building tool n Project Management tool for process of documentation development and submitted to USGBC n Examples of other LEED certified projects for Johnson Controls in searchable database n Portfolio Manager – retain information for internal use and recertification 36 Plan Assess Fund Implement Educate Report Pg 36

Sample projects and green impact… Project Sq. Ft. Annual Savings per Sq. Ft. Johnson Sample projects and green impact… Project Sq. Ft. Annual Savings per Sq. Ft. Johnson Diversey 278, 000 $137, 000 $0. 49 National Geographic Society 1, 000 $600, 000 $. 60 EPA (Sacramento, CA) 960, 000 $950, 000 $0. 99 Janssen Pharmaceutical 475, 000 $70, 000 $0. 15 Owens Corning 394, 000 $112, 965 $0. 29 37 Pg 37

Educate, Communicate and Report n Customized web-based training to teach employees, tenants and owners Educate, Communicate and Report n Customized web-based training to teach employees, tenants and owners about how to maximize the benefits of green buildings through individual activities n Entertaining, informative approach n Taught onsite at your location or at Johnson Controls’ Institute locations n Support materials for reference 38 Plan Assess Fund Implement Educate Report Pg 38

And finally, don’t forget public relations! One of the primary drivers for sustainability initiatives And finally, don’t forget public relations! One of the primary drivers for sustainability initiatives is public opinion! n Press releases n Hold an event to celebrate LEED and/or ENERGYSTAR awards n Marketing efforts should capitalize on your green image n Join sustainability organizations n Create a sustainability website/report n Promote your green efforts with tenants, constituents, employees, neighbors, and the media 39 Pg 39

Sustainability: a green building checklist Set the stage with collaborative planning Calculate baseline energy Sustainability: a green building checklist Set the stage with collaborative planning Calculate baseline energy and emissions Assess existing buildings and potential ROI Use performance contracting to fund Implement building improvements/solutions Manage and operate “greenly” Buy local and engage local contractors Engage employees or tenants via education Report results and track performance 40 Plan Assess Fund Implement Educate Report Pg 40

Did You Know? Johnson Controls has the largest portfolio of performance contracting guarantees in Did You Know? Johnson Controls has the largest portfolio of performance contracting guarantees in North America Our team include more than 85 LEED Accredited Professionals throughout North America and the world Our team has done more LEED certified projects than all of our competitors combined! Johnson Controls helped develop the LEED Green Building Rating System and were charter members of the U. S. Green Building Council’s board In 2004, we received the World Environment Center’s Gold Medal for International Corporate Achievement in Sustainable Development 41 Pg 41

Did You Know? Typical building lifecycle operations and maintenance impacts of greening can generate Did You Know? Typical building lifecycle operations and maintenance impacts of greening can generate up to $1 per square foot of annual savings Nearly half of LEED buildings had ENERGYSTAR ratings of at least 75, meeting the qualification for an EPA- ENERGYSTAR building The International Energy Agency (IEA) estimates that on average, an additional $1 spent on more efficient equipment and buildings avoids more than $2 in investment in electricity supply. Average property value increases as a result of greening ranges from is 4: 1 to 10: 1 “Working for a “cool” company or living in a ‘cool’ place is an economic imperative for attracting workforce; green is cool” 42 Source: New Building Institute 3/08, EIA, 2006, Vandewalle and Assoc, 2008 Pg 42