$4.1M project to cut Conn. healthcare facility energy, water use

Efficiency services agreement (ESA) project with is expected to reduce its energy and water use by more than 20 percent

Bristol Hospital in Bristol, Conn., is launching a large-scale energy efficiency project that is expected to reduce its energy and water use by more than 20 percent, according to an article on the Hartford Business website.

Construction related to the project is beginning at the hospital's main campus and at its Ingraham Manor skilled nursing facility.

Work includes LED lighting retrofits, building envelope upgrades, an energy management system, power factor correction, steam trap replacements, water conservation and air handling unit replacements. Work is expected to be completed in January 2019.

Ric Braam, the hospital's chief financial officer, said the energy and water savings will help pay for critical new equipment and facility upgrades benefiting patients.

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February 15, 2018

Topic Area: Energy and Power

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