Success Stories - Atrium Health Cleveland

Overview of Case Study

Atrium Health Cleveland, located in Shelby, N.C. and part of the Atrium Health system, is the winner of the 2020 Energy to Care Energy Champion Award. The hospital facility received this award in recognition of significant energy efficiency gains — the result of capital and operational investments, a committed plant operations and maintenance staff, and the fostering of a culture that brought together energy savings and patient care.

Atrium Health Cleveland has made great strides in energy efficiency in the last decade. In 2011, the facility’s ENERGY STAR® score was 2, and in August 2020 it achieved ENERGY STAR certification with a score of 77. A renewed focus on energy reduction, along with staff engagement and leadership support, has led to impressive outcomes.

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