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Healthcare spending on energy efficiency expected to hit $6.4 billion by 2027

September 24, 2018

A new report has subsequently shown that the demand for energy efficient buildings in the healthcare sector is set to surpass $6 billion by 2027, according to an article on the Consultancy website.

According to Navigant Research, demand for energy efficient building technologies in healthcare facilities is set to boom in the next nine years. 

The report analyzes the global market for energy efficient building technologies in healthcare facilities, while examining the opportunities and challenges afforded by a range of energy efficiency efforts.

These efforts technologies can also improve the indoor environment of healthcare facilities, including air, power, and lighting quality, the report said.

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