Blazing a trail through innovation and leadership in sustainability

Aurora Medical Center – Manitowoc County in Wisconsin has been harnessing the power of renewable energy since 2017, when the facility installed solar panels on its lower roof.

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As part of a broader energy management plan, the hospital partnered with utility companies WPPI Energy and Two Rivers Water and Light to install a solar array. The array’s solar panels generate 70,000 kilowatt-hours, which offsets costs that can be redirected to patient care. The energy significantly reduces greenhouse gas emissions, tying into the hospital’s decarbonization goals. 

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