£130m per year potential saving for the NHS
Energy is seen as a high fixed cost and something the NHS has little control over, by adopting distributed energy solutions they can save £130m per year with new energy technology
With increasing demand for healthcare services at a time when funding shortfalls and higher input costs are placing budgets under pressure, it has never been more important for the healthcare sector to optimise its energy infrastructures and services.
Figures released in our new report on the healthcare sector reveal that a potential £130m per year could be saved in the NHS by adopting new approaches to energy and distributed energy technologies.
Adopting new energy technology could help the NHS unlock savings that can be used to support frontline patient care for many years to come.