Reducing energy costs creates savings/opportunities for hospitals

Sustainable, energy efficient futures for hospitals could save them millions of dollars in the long-term if properly realized.

06/24/2013



In the example shown, sustainable, energy efficient futures for hospitals could save them millions of dollars in the long-term if properly realized. Courtesy: Cannon DesignThis image really helps illustrate how reducing and controlling energy costs at a hospital translates to savings and stability to the bottom-line of a hospital’s budget.

This is one of many reasons why it’s so important for hospitals to focus on their sustainable measures and efforts. Simply put, hospitals can and should be operating more efficiently and realizing stronger and more sustainable futures.

This is just a piece of the information you’ll find at Targeting 100! – Hospital Energy Use – a site packed with great data.



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