This tailored program will consider key differentiating factors (e.g., facility type, size, current financial reporting structure) so that benchmarking works for all health care facility types.
Treasure Hunt uncovers $116,600/year in potential energy savings to reallocate to patient care.
Using renewable energy sources, hospital reduces annual utility bill from more than $3 million to $2.8 million despite an almost 40% increase in the cost of electricity.
Team approach and the strategic use of data helps downtown hospital earn ENERGY STAR® certification.
System achieves 10 ENERGY STAR® designations and validates over $100 million in utility savings since 2008.
Hospital employs an ESCO to build enthusiasm and achieve ENERGY STAR® 100.
Large system takes steps to recognize more than $13 million in energy savings over four years.
Hospital system in the District of Columbia saves $42,000 a year by bringing sustainability efforts into sharp focus.
New heating and water system in brand new facility tweaks design for improved sustainability.
Embracing energy efficiency to attain measurable results is a facility-wide effort.