Energy Benchmarking for US Hospitals

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Learn how your health care facility’s energy reduction efforts compare to national benchmarks with this new report — utilizing data collected from nearly 1,000 general medical and surgical hospitals from around the country.

Energy data from ASHE’s Energy to Care program is shared to encourage health care facility managers and health care engineers to monitor their own facilities’ energy performance and seek out opportunities to improve efficiency, reduce operating costs, optimize performance and become more sustainable.

 

Why isn’t this available in print? In support of our global sustainability and decarbonization initiatives, ASHE is reducing print offerings for certain publications. Questions may be directed to the ASHE team at ashe@aha.org.

 

 

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