Improving your healthcare facility’s energy efficiency is a steady project which doesn’t require more than a few minutes daily, according to an article on the Tipp News website.
Energy efficiency tips for healthcare facilities include:
* Establishing an energy officer
* Knowing your power bills
* Investigating the latest equipment models
* Optimizing laundry practices
It’s a particularly good idea to take a detailed look at power-hungry laundry machines. You may find a few ways to reduce the amount of energy they need.
It's also a good idea to take a good look at your energy bill. Facility executives who don’t understand how their power is priced have been disappointed when their energy projects failed to produce expected dollar savings, according to an article from Building Operating Management on the FacilitiesNet website.
Commercial electricity bills depend on a number of factors: how power is supplied and delivered, when it's consumed, voltage, and how fast it's used. Understanding bill’s variables can prevent surprises.
Read the full Tipp News article.