Energy to Care Resources
ASHE to upgrade Energy to Care program
Energy to Care, ASHE’s free energy benchmarking and awards program for health care facilities, will be gaining additional functionality such as real-time energy tracking. ASHE/AHA issued a request for proposals (RFP), the first step of expanding program features.
All responses are due by 5:00 pm CT on June 22, 2018
Interested in learning more?
Download Request for Proposals Presentation
Download Request for Proposals Formal Questions
Request for Proposals Informational Webinar
Download Request for Proposals
Energy Treasure Hunt
ASHE, along with the US EPA Energy Star, is conducting a post annual conference training July 18-19, 2018 in Seattle that will provide hands-on experience in identifying energy savings in hospitals. The Energy Treasure Hunt, sponsored by Eaton, is a 1-1/2 day event designed to engage members in identifying low-cost energy savings opportunities from behavioral, operational, and maintenance actions. Bruce Bremer, Energy Treasure Hunt Founder and ENERGY STAR team member, will be on site to facilitate the event.
How-to-Guides for Energy Efficiency Projects for Hospitals
Visit the Sustainability Roadmap for Hospitals to find projects to help drive down your energy consumption. The Sustainability Roadmap contains step-by-step instructions for various performance improvement measures (PIMs) that can help your facility reduce energy consumption and save resources.
Visit the Sustainability Roadmap for Hospitals
Continuing Education on Health Care Energy Management
Use Energy University to help identify, implement and monitor efficiency improvements. Energy University is a free educational resource offering more than 200 vendor-neutral courses on energy efficiency.
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