Chicago’s Merchandise Mart Retrofits Under Clinton Climate Initiative
Chicago’s Merchandise Mart has signed the first project development agreement in the U.S. under the Clinton Climate Initiative. TAC will implement energy reduction initiatives to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from existing facilities.
In February, Johnson Controls signed CCI’s first global contract to cut energy use and emissions from the largest shopping mall in India’s largest city, Mumbai.
t 4.2 million square feet, 25 stories tall and spanning two city blocks in downtown Chicago, The Merchandise Mart is the largest commercial building in the world. Late last year it was given LEED status.
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