Since 2010, over 3,500 facilities have recognized significant energy savings through the Energy to Care program.
Ohio Health and Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center
Two major central Ohio health systems openly share best practices to improve patient outcomes.
University of Maryland Medical Center
ASHE Energy to Care Treasure Hunt Reveals $2 Million of Energy Savings Opportunities.
Providence St. Joseph Medical Center
Even small hospitals can make big moves to improve their sustainability.
With tight budgets and margins, Excela’s executives charged its hospital directors with finding cost-cutting opportunities.
Aurora Sinai Medical Center
This case study describes how Aurora Sinai prioritizes energy efficiency and earned the 2019 Energy Champion Award.
Midland Memorial Hospital
New heating and water system in brand new facility tweaks design for improved sustainability.
Hospital system in District of Columbia saves $42,000 a year by bringing sustainability efforts into sharp focus.
Large system takes steps to recognize more than $13 million in energy savings over four years.
Russell Regional Hospital
Hospital employs an ESCO to build enthusiasm and achieve ENERGY STAR® 100.
System achieves 10 ENERGY STAR® designations and validates over $100 million in utility savings since 2008.
Presbyterian Healthcare Services
Team approach and the strategic use of data helps downtown hospital earn ENERGY STAR® certification.
Carl T. Hayden VA Medical Center
Using renewable energy sources, hospital reduces annual utility bill from more than $3 million to $2.8 million despite an almost 40% increase in the cost of electricity.
Energy Treasure Hunt
Treasure Hunt uncovers $116,600/year in potential energy savings to reallocate to patient care.