Working Towards World-Class Energy Efficiency in Hospitals

Working Towards World-Class Energy Efficiency in Hospitals

Attention all hospital redevelopment teams!! Greening Health Care’s latest research into the operating performance of Ontario’s new P3 hospitals is providing new metrics and standards to improve your energy targets, models and design specifications, in turn driving even higher levels of energy efficiency. New insights into metering and building system level performance will make it easier for Project Cos and hospitals to work together on improving results going forward.

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New Ontario Hospitals – 2021 Energy Performance Results (28:29 min)

Presented by: Ian Jarvis, Executive Director, Climate Challenge Network

  • Welcome and Context:
    • Challenge and Opportunity
  • The 2021 Results
    • The 2021 top performers and savings since 2020
    • Lessons being learned
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High Performance System Metrics (1:04:02 min)

  • High Performance Metrics
    • Component energy use and design standards
    • Application to energy modelling and targets
  • Building on success panel discussion
    • Amir Gill, Director Facilities Engineering, Capital Planning, Biomedical Engineering, Niagara Health System
    • Lauren Seager, Director, Facilities & Operations, Women’s College Hospital
    • Erica Brabon, Director, Energy & Sustainability, Black and McDonald Limited
    • Vrund Pandya, Energy & Sustainability Technical Specialist, Black and McDonald Limited

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