Focus: Energy Efficiency

Ontario plans to reinvest energy savings into patient care

December 8, 2017

Ontario is investing in healthcare facility energy efficiency  initiatives and plans to reinvest the savings into patient care, according to an article on the Canadian Facility Management & Design website.

The province is investing $64 million this year in the Hospital Energy Efficiency Program.

Ontario is funding 180 projects at 98 hospitals around the province, including the Hospital for Sick Children, which is receiving $1.5 million for 10 energy-efficiency projects.

The projects include 117 heating, ventilation and air conditioning projects, 35 lighting projects and 28 projects that address other energy efficiency needs.

Read the article.



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