Energy project creates savings for Oxford hospitals

November 20, 2017

Oxford, England's, main hospitals will have reliable heat and power for the first time in decades after the completion of a £14.8m energy project, according to an article on The Daily Mail website.

The new engine, boilers and heat pipe link between the Churchill and John Radcliffe has already saved Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust £231,000 in its first month.

It replaced old boilers and saw a new energy center created at the John Radcliffe Hospital.

The energy bill for the two hospitals in October 2016 was £484,175 and the same bill for last month was £252,832.

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