Energy and Power

Healthcare stewardship means going ‘green’

Being 'green' in a healthcare facility is more complicated than a typical business


Healthcare facilities' energy efficiency improves air quality

Salt Lake City Op-Ed says healthcare facilities' energy efficiency efforts can impact community health


Microgrid installed at Puerto Rican healthcare facility

Running entirely off-grid, the clinic is reliant on the microgrid to power its healthcare technology, lights and refrigeration


Va healthcare facility switching to LED lighting

Roanoke Memorial Hospital swapping out all 42,000 light fixtures


Texas hospital engineers energy savings, boosts patient satisfaction

MD Anderson works to improve temp control in patient rooms


Wisconsin hospital’s geothermal system slashes energy use

Edgerton Hospital and Health Services' natural gas bill has been dramatically reduced


When will Fla.'s mandated nursing home generators be inspected?

Agency may not inspect all the generators before storm season starts and the mandates take effect June 1


Expert: Fla. nursing home where a dozen died of heat ‘made it worse’

Coolers weren’t properly ventilated and pushed additional heat into the confined space


Resiliency a growing concern in healthcare design

Power outages have been the most common resiliency-related events in the past three years


Maximizing cooling tower technology for HVAC, power and industrial applications

New technology advancements provide up to 50 percent more cooling capacity, greater energy and installation savings, fewer components and easier maintenance


Circadian-based lighting can speed healing

Usual healthcare facility lighting developed with energy consumption in mind


Calif. children’s hospital mixes technology, nature and playtime

Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital Stanford was designed to create a nurturing and healing environment


Some Florida nursing homes struggling to comply with new back-up power rules

Florida enacted new regulations after 14 Broward County nursing home patients after Hurricane Irma


Mayo Clinic hits energy savings goal two years early

In 2011, Mayo set a goal to reduce energy use by 20 percent before 2020



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