For healthcare facilities, energy monitoring and management are essential tools not just to help reduce cost, but to improve operational efficiency.Read More
Energy monitoring systems hold tremendous potential for any organization: frequent data reporting allows for granular examination of operational integrity, while wireless, self-powered sensors are designed for easy installation and execution. The result is a lot of game-changing information – so much, in fact, that it can be overwhelming to even decide where to begin or how to comb through it all.Read More
Hospitals, nursing homes and other healthcare facilities are starting to incorporate new and emerging technologies into their infrastructure. Dependence on these technologies is ever-growing – and the regulations shaping and controlling them are beginning to catch up.Read More
At the heart of the digitization of healthcare is a fundamental change in how hospitals operate. With more "connected" machines now than ever before, device-level insight into electricity consumption isn't just helping facility managers understand where money is flowing, but it's helping these organizations turn a profit as well.Read More
In the notoriously high-cost healthcare industry, hospitals and other care centers are seeking to pad their bottom lines while maintaining a quality of service commensurate with the duty entrusted to them.
The energy needs of healthcare establishments are unlike those of any other industry. The average hospital uses 2.5 times the energy of other commercial buildings. In fact, GreenBiz reports that US healthcare facilities spend $8.8 billion annually on energy. With energy using about half of a healthcare Facility Manager's budget, efficiencies are paramount.Read More
With information comes great power; with great power comes great responsibility. These 10 figures are not meaningless bits and bytes. They are an impetus to pause and consider your own company’s power management and the responsibility we have to make sure it is more efficient, less wasteful, and an enabler of corporate sustainability.Read More