Newham Hospital Builds its Energy Efficiency Programme

28 September 2011: Newham University Hospital Trust has been recognised for the energy savings achieved onsite through the introduction of measures to reduce energy consumption from the hospital’s IT system. Actions include the rationalisation of computer servers and the use of energy management software to help turn off computers when not in use.  The Guardian article highlights that “In the first year £18,500 was saved which was more than enough to pay for the project and gave a return on investment in less than a year.” In addition, earlier this year, the Trust has installed three new air handling units at a value of £400,000, with a guaranteed payback period of 6.6 years with the aid of the London Development Agency’s new RE:FIT framework.

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