According to Energy Star, every $1 a nonprofit hospital saves on energy is equivalent to $20 in new revenue.
Join us to better understand all of the reasons why energy management makes good business sense for healthcare facilities.
As a result of this training, you will be able to:
Explain the energy use, utility costs and benchmarks for healthcare facilities.
Identify targeted energy-savings opportunities within healthcare facilities.
Calculate expected energy savings and implementation costs for projects.
Outline what barriers need to be overcome to successfully implement an energy master plan.
Describe the resources available through Focus on Energy, Wisconsin's energy efficiency program.
Who should watch?
Healthcare administrators and executives, facility managers, maintenance professionals, construction managers, building owners, contractors, energy program design and implementation professionals, commercial and industrial building energy advocates, architects, engineers, utility representatives and anyone interested in healthcare facilities.
Topics below are available as chapters within the webinar interface.
Energy usage and benchmarking
Energy conservation measures
Heating and domestic water heating systems: energy savings
Energy savings projects: staff engagement
Energy savings calculations and ECM development
Energy savings results
Questions and answers
Focus on Energy: Large energy users program
Robert L. Cox PE, CEM, CxA
Commissioning and Energy Director
Robert has extensive experience in detailed engineering design and management for projects in the healthcare, commercial, institutional and governmental sectors. These projects have included large tonnage chilled water systems, cooling towers and condenser water piping and pumping systems, high/low pressure steam and condensate systems, air handling and ventilation systems, energy management and building automation systems, and a variety of ductwork systems, including specialized systems for healthcare laboratories and science facilities. Robert has conducted tests on a variety of HVAC, electrical and building automation systems and has reviewed operations and maintenance documentation and trained operations and maintenance personnel. He is a long-time, active ASHRAE member.
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