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Curing energy pains: the energy efficiency best practice programme


, : Curing energy pains: the energy efficiency best practice programme. Health Estate 54(9): 21-23

Energy efficiency provides hospitals with opportunities to save costs, help the environment and improve the internal environment for staff and patients. The Government has set the health sector an energy saving target of 20%, equivalent to cuts of 60 m Pounds by 2001 and 1.2 Mt carbon dioxide. These savings can be achieved and exceeded, cost-effectively, if good practise is adopted throughout the sector. Assistance in meeting the Government's energy target and meeting good practice benchmarks is available from the Energy Efficiency Best Practise programme through BRECSU.

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