IFHE Launches Global Healthcare Energy Awards
The International Federation of Healthcare Engineering (IFHE), with support from the Association of Medical Facility Professionals (AMFP) and Mazzetti, has launched its first ever Global Healthcare Energy Awards. The awards aim to encourage healthcare facilities around the world to commit to a reduction in energy use that will ultimately lessen the entire global health system’s intensive carbon footprint, all through a simple energy tracking process.
Kaiser Permanente Richmond Medical Center MICROGRID
Kaiser Permanente (KP), the nation’s largest integrated healthcare system and first to achieve carbon neutrality (in 2020). Towards this, KP has been exploring the use of renewable microgrids, a groundbreaking step towards providing cleaner energy generation and reducing consumption