Johnson & Johnson Details HQ’s Energy Saving Aspects
Representatives of Johnson & Johnson discuss some energy saving and environmental aspects of the firm’s New Brunswick, N.J., headquarters.
The building was renovated to LEED standards.
The building has more than 800 solar panels that have helped save $100,000 a year in electricity costs.
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