Health care facility professionals are often looking for ways to get the support of the C-Suite for energy reducing strategies.
An Energy to Care tip of the month shows how getting engaged in benchmarking can help drive results.
ASHE has been named a 2017 ENERGY STAR Partner of the Year for its efforts to help health care facilities become more energy efficient.
If your facility has reduce energy use, consider applying for an Energy to Care award to bring recognition to your organization's efforts.
The annual Energy to Care awards recognize health care facility professionals who are saving valuable resources by making their facilities more energy efficient.
A new performance improvement measure on the Sustainability Roadmap for Hospitals provides step-by-step instructions.
A new toolkit can help facility professionals benchmark energy use and implement low- and no-cost projects to help improve energy efficiency.
A new Energy to Care Success Story shows how Avera McKennan Hospital & University Health Center embarked on a sustainability journey that has led to efficiencies.
In less than two years, one North Carolina hospital cut energy use by 26 percent—and went from having one of the lowest Energy Star scores to being nationally recognized for efficiency efforts.
Leaders of ASHE affiliated chapters should submit their applications for Levels of Affiliation Awards by March 1.
The Energy to Care award application deadline has been extended to April 1.
A new award will be given in 2016 to health care facility that exemplifies what it means to be a leader in energy efficiency.
ASHE’s new On Demand Learning pages offers free webinar and conference recordings to members on a variety of subjects.
Several new online courses are now available for free to ASHE members through Energy University. New courses include topics such as the fundamentals of health care facility electrical power systems and the retrocommissioning process and implementation.
More than 20 hospitals have earned an Energy to Care Award for their work to slash energy use, reduce operational costs, and free up more resources for patient care. The American Society for Healthcare Engineering (ASHE) of the American Hospital Association recognized the hospitals’ efforts at its 52nd Annual Conference and Technical Exhibition July 12-15 in Boston.