Energy and Power - September 2014

N.J. utility honored for hospital efficiency

PSE&G recognized for its $3.7 million energy-energy efficiency effort at Trinitas Regional Medical Center

9/30/2014


Critical power management systems vital for health facilities

A CPMS monitors and controls emergency generator sets, circuit breakers, transfer switches and other emergency power system equipment

9/29/2014


Hospitals trimming energy costs with demand response programs

The demand response strategy typically pays users for reducing their demand

9/25/2014


California hospital gets energy efficient outdoor lighting system

NorthBay VacaValley Hospital's system includes dimmable LEDs and motion sensors, including a new type of long-range microwave sensor

9/19/2014


Kaiser Permanente taps more solar power

System to increase solar capacity with installations in Hawaii and at the Oakland Medical Center in California and Hidden Lake Medical Offices in Colorado

9/15/2014


Gloucestershire hospitals to save 500,000 pounds a year with green efforts

Carbon emissions will also be cut by 1,789 tons a year, a reduction of 30 percent

9/12/2014


Maryland hospital builds combined heat and power plant

Energy efficiency project is expected to save Upper Chesapeake Health $9 million over 20 years

9/12/2014


Tampa General improves facility with LED lighting and digital controls

LED lighting was chosen for nurses stations, corridors, exam rooms, conference rooms, the lounge and the waiting room

9/12/2014


Texas hospital gets $500,000 rebate for energy efficiency

University Hospital Sky Tower designed to use 20 percent less energy

9/11/2014


Window film can balance comfort, energy savings

Film improves building system performance, patient and staff comfort and energy use

9/4/2014


Hospitals cut costs with energy efficiency efforts

Energy efficiency called a largely untapped area for cutting costs

9/2/2014



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