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The Johnson Controls Institute for Building Efficiency released the European results of the 6th Energy Efficiency Indicator survey

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The Johnson Controls Institute for Building Efficiency conducts an annual Energy
Efficiency Indicator survey tracking the energy priorities, practices and investments
being made by executive decision-makers for building in markets around the world.
In the 2012 survey, nearly 3,500 executives from the commercial, industrial and institutional sectors provided insights into their energy management practices, the barriers to energy efficiency they face, and what motivates them to act. This is the third year the survey has extended to Europe, where there were 944 respondents this year. Respondents were concentrated in the UK (331), Germany (307), and France
(296). The complete results can be found at www.InstituteBE.com.

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