Clay Nesler is the vice president for Global Energy and Sustainability for Johnson Controls Inc.
In his role as vice president of Global Energy and Sustainability for Johnson Controls, Clay Nesler leads a worldwide team responsible for coordinating marketing, legislative affairs, resource management, product/service innovation and energy program management. Nesler's responsibilities also include leading a professional services organization that develops collaborative planning tools and provides consulting services to Johnson Controls customers and third-party clients on a global basis. Since joining Johnson Controls in 1983, he has held a variety of leadership positions in technology, new product development and marketing in both the United States and Europe. Nesler received his bachelor's of science and master's of science degrees in mechanical engineering from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, and is listed as a co-inventor on 10 patents.
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