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Facilities management can mitigate potential outages through training and planning.
From LED lighting to building automation systems, there are many types of technology that hospitals can employ.
Here are strategies and tactics to ensure facilities have reliable backup power options when patients need it the most.
Planning was critical to ensure emergency care could be provided while power was switched to the new system.
Breakthrough could play major role in decarbonizing buildings
Deployment of generator-monitoring technology provides real-time alerts to hospitals during power outages
Standard provides guidance for motor manufacturers, state and local codes, repair shops, contractors, facilities managers and original equipment manufacturers
Case Study: Crown Point Health Suites upgraded lighting to LED fixtures and added HVAC sensors
Peak tropical storm season is coming, which means potential downtimes for healthcare facilities
Higher-acuity care and increased threats of outages are driving interest in microgrids
Children’s National Research & Innovation Campus located on former Walter Reed Army Medical Center campus
System was spending $2 million annually on lighting for hospital, but also acute care facilities, clinics, medical office building and parking structure
When utility power fails in hospitals, FMs can’t afford for the uninterruptible power supply system to fail, too
Address these common generator problems to avoid power downtime
FMs in healthcare facilities can’t afford power downtime. Here’s how to avoid problems
300-ton steel canopy will power 84 percent of executive office building
Projects will include how to incorporate renewable energy and move away from diesel generators
The installation will generate an estimated 541,645 kWh of clean energy annually
Create detailed specifications regarding requirements, usage and site conditions.
From window film to lighting controls, here are some strategies for overcoming daylighting challenges
University of Maryland Medical Center discovers ways to decrease energy use
Fault-detection diagnostic software can reduce waste
Historically high energy users, hospitals do have a pathway to net-zero energy
One hundred percent of energy the system uses is being either used in a green way or is offset
The project provided lighting for a range of medical and cleanroom applications
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
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