Energy Audit for Healthcare Facilities

Reference to the U.S. Energy Information Administration resources; Healthcare facilities in the United States account for 4.8% of the total area in the commercial sector which is 6.5% in Europe. They are responsible for 10.3% of total energy consumption in this sector.

The number of healthcare facilities are increasing, and it is leading to a rise in energy consumption. The energy intensity of the healthcare facilities is a lot higher than that of other commercial buildings. High energy intensity in the healthcare facilities, particularly in hospitals, along with energy costs and associated environmental concerns make energy audit crucial for this type of facility.

Energy Audit involves a systematic process of;

  • Information collection

  • Real-time performance data acquisition

  • Data Analysis

  • Implementation

Energy Audit for Healthcare

The cornerstone of the program is the collection and analysis of real time performance data upon which decisions are made and opportunities identified. This performance data often illustrates that what you think is happening in the building is, in fact, incorrect. No matter how advanced the building management system is, these direct energy measurements will often uncover inefficiencies.

Energy Audit is focused on maximizing the return on investment, which in order to be viable for healthcare facilities is typically 12 months or less. It has typically seen savings of 10% or more in hospitals, varying in size from 10,000 square meters to 250,000 square meters.



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