Clinton Climate Initiative Partners with Manufacturers, Mayors

GE, Philips, 3M, UTC and others to provide products; Honeywell, Johnson Controls, Siemens and American Standard to provide energy audits

The Clinton Climate Initiative recently announced a partnership with the U.S. Conference of Mayors to provide its member cities access to volume discounts on energy-efficient and clean tech products and technologies.

The new partnership extends the buying power of the C40 Large Cities Climate Leadership Group, a group of 40 of the worlds largest cities, to 1,100 more U.S. cities to enable discounted pricing from 25 manufacturers of energy-efficient products, including indoor lighting, clean vehicles, traffic and street lighting, building products, advanced waste management technologies, water system components and alternative energy technologies. Prices will range from 5-15% below current levels for commodity items and 15-70% below current levels for non-commodity items.

The product suppliers include:

  • Lighting -- GE, Philips Lighting, Cooper Lighting, Lemnis Lighting, Osram, Sylvania, Acuity Lighting, Dialight, and Leotek
  • Buildings -- 3M Company, Solar Gard, Tremco, BASF Polyurethane Foam Enterprises, Optimum Energy
  • Transportation -- Scania, UTC Power, Ballard Power Systems, ISE Corporation, Siemens, Dynetek, EDrive, A123 Systems, Maxwell, and Volvo
  • Waste -- GE Jenbacher

In addition, Clinton's foundation announced a partnership with Wal-Mart to explore ways to bring down the price of these energy-efficient "green" goods, as well as a partnership with major global banks to finance municipal building upgrades in cities around the world, including New York, Chicago, Houston, Toronto, Mexico City, London, Berlin and Tokyo.

Honeywell International, Johnson Controls, Siemens AG and American Standard Cos. will conduct the energy audits.


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