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With increasing demand for healthcare services at a time when funding shortfalls and higher input costs are placing budgets under pressure, as well as increasingly strict regulations and security demands, it has never been more important for the healthcare sector to optimise its energy infrastructures.
We have a wealth of experience in helping to solve healthcare providers’ challenges and ensure a reliable and efficient energy infrastructure that enables 24/7 access, harnessing the power of energy to improve patient outcomes.
Read how healthcare organisations are driving results with distributed energy solutions.
Long-term energy strategy and creation of new energy centre featuring CHP units will deliver…
Working with Centrica Business Solutions, North West England’s healthcare leader drives sustainable…
University Hospitals of North Midlands NHS Trust cuts CO2 emissions by 2.8K tonnes a year with CHP.
Ageing and inefficient energy estates cause wastage, avoidable spend must be eliminated in order to enable more investment in improving patient healthcare. New efficient technologies to managing energy can improve operational efficiency, reduce energy costs and meet regulation requirements.
The resilience of health services is critical to protect patient care and health workers. To effectively manage risk requires a robust, resilient and compliant energy strategy – one which reduces exposure to grid failures and natural disasters whilst ensuring effective management of energy estates.
Consider low-carbon technologies, flexible funding models and new sources of revenue such as supply-side incentives to improve environmental performance and build a more sustainable healthcare future, reduce energy costs and generate new revenue streams to enable investment in frontline services.
Healthcare organisations are already benefiting from a range of energy solutions, driving cost and carbon emission benefits.
Identify energy efficiency opportunities and potential equipment failures that could compromise patient or staff safety
Reduce energy costs and carbon emissions in facilities where there are combined heat, power and cooling requirements
Take advantage of unused real estate to reduce carbon emissions, reduce costs and improve site resilience
Create new revenues from your on-site generation assets that you can invest in patient care
Enable deployment of new, more efficient technologies, while freeing up capital to invest in new health systems
Use our energy experts to design, deliver and maintain your energy assets, and ensure the security and resilience of your energy supply
Articles that will inform and support energy decisions within your healthcare organisation
Research published by Centrica Business Solutions has identified the opportunity for the NHS to…
How new energy strategies can protect critical health services and patient care
90% of healthcare providers agree that there are opportunities for energy strategies to help enable…
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