The company notes that Asset Plus has delivered sustainability savings for multiple NHS organisations, local authorities, and educational establishments, with strategic support and project management for energy efficiency measures and retrofitting across complex built environments. This includes low-carbon heating through air source heat pumps, low-energy LED lighting, and solar power integration.
David Lloyd, head of connected buildings at Johnson Controls UK&I said: “[Asset Plus’s] services will further enable Johnson Controls to deliver a turnkey net zero offering to all our UK clients, across all sectors, supporting us to deliver on our promise to create a safe, comfortable and, most importantly, sustainable world.”
Asset Plus complements Johnson Controls’ specialist public sector services, the firm said, which has seen it appointed as a supplier under five key procurement frameworks, including the Re:Fit Programme and the Carbon and Energy Fund. The NHS also recently selected the firm for its National Framework Agreement for the provision of Smart Building Solutions using the Internet of Things.
It added that the latest acquisition provides further opportunities for UK public bodies to realise ambitious sustainability targets through smart technologies, including its proprietary OpenBlue suite of connected technologies.