About Energy to Care
Since 2010, hospitals and health care facilities participating in the Energy to Care program have put over $400 million in energy savings back into patient care.

Energy to Care is a confidential and complimentary energy reduction program that helps health care facilities track, manage and communicate energy savings.  

Backed by the American Society for Health Care Engineering (ASHE), a professional membership group of the American Hospital Association, Energy to Care was developed by hospital engineers and consultants that know how challenging it is to manage a health care facility where there is often limited time, staff and budget.

Through benchmarking, education and energy saving exercises, join the thousands of facilities who have seen substantial energy savings through Energy to Care. 

*The Energy to Care program complements ENERGY STAR®’s Battle of the Buildings, a national building competition. 

 

ASHE Earns 2019 ENERGY STAR® Partner of the Year – Sustained Excellence Award

 

ENERGYSTAR Partner of the Year