Energy and Power
Historically high energy users, hospitals do have a pathway to net-zero energy. These tips and real-world case studies illustrate how.
Brad Keyes discusses regulations related to power strips
Moving beyond ‘business as usual’ regulators and relief valves to explore different steam control options
The installation at a hospital consists of 100 solar panels and seven batteries capable of accumulating the necessary energy to run the facilities for two full days
Batteries combined with photovoltaics provide power for the pop-up clinic
How do you begin to coordinate and come up with funds to replace lighting systems across thousands of square feet?
A loss of power can have devastating effects, particularly in hospitals and healthcare facilities that need reliable power to keep their patients alive and healthy
Ventilators and other monitors must have a constant stream of power to reduce risks to patients
Hospitals need electricity for critical functions such as ventilators and dialysis machines