What opportunities exist for new and existing hospitals that can drastically reduce their energy use profiles? This workshop will present real world projects driven by energy performance research and provide a forum to discuss opportunities for deep energy savings in both new construction and in existing facilities. A deep dive description of Targeting 100! will provide the research basis for meeting the 2030 Challenge in new healthcare construction.
This session will enable attendees to:
Identify hospitals' contributions to energy consumption and major opportunities for increased energy efficiency.
Assess strategies that reduce hospitals' overall energy load to meet significant energy efficiency goals such as the 2030 challenge.
Describe major lessons learned and opportunities from real-world projects for deep energy savings in new construction, renovation and existing facilities.
Demonstrate tools that articulate energy and cost implications for deep energy savings in healthcare
Research Assistant Professor,
University of Washington, Integrated Design Lab
Chief Design Engineer & Engineering Manager,