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Healthcare Sector GOGreen presentation
Healthcare Sector GOGreen presentation
Healthcare Sector GOGreen presentation
Healthcare Sector GOGreen presentation
Healthcare Sector GOGreen presentation
Healthcare Sector GOGreen presentation
Healthcare Sector GOGreen presentation
Healthcare Sector GOGreen presentation
Healthcare Sector GOGreen presentation
Healthcare Sector GOGreen presentation
Healthcare Sector GOGreen presentation
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Healthcare Sector GOGreen presentation

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Systematic approach to helping healthcare institutions reduce costs and avail more savings to finance patient care.

Systematic approach to helping healthcare institutions reduce costs and avail more savings to finance patient care.

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  • 1. KENYATTA NATIONAL HOSPITAL, GOGREEN PROGRAM THE COPY CAT LTD. & PARTNER PRESENTATION Monday, November 11, 2013
  • 2. KNH Strategic Objectives 1.To provide quality specialized health care 2. To acquire international accreditation 3. To promote institutional linkages and collaborations 4.To strengthen training and research capacity 5. To participate in national health planning and policy 6. To improve and diversify revenue generation and cost efficiency 7.To improve human resource management and development 8. To implement reliable information and communication technology 9.To improve on infrastructure, equipment and supply chain 10.To inculcate good corporate governance Monday, November 11, 2013
  • 3. GoGreen. Good for money! Energy-use reduction Waste reduction Monday, November 11, 2013
  • 4. GoGreen. Good for patient care! Natural light has been shown to have mood-elevating & pain-easing qualities; The presence of trees & nature  appear to impact human health in subtle but measurable ways Monday, November 11, 2013
  • 5. Addressable Areas? LEED Monday, November 11, 2013
  • 6. Scope...Energy Efficient Lighting Lighting 44% Ventilation 8% Cooling 10% Misc. 13% Other 3% Office equipment 17% Refrigeration 5% in their operational practices can realize even greater financial results.Working toward standardizing lamps and fixtures uce complexity, lower costs and enhance building uniformity. mprovements will allow resources to focus on the core mission: Patient care. ring benefit to the bottom line represents the largest component of the costs for lighting. In an audit completed ps Lighting, one 144-bed healthcare r was projected to save nearly $450 per energy and maintenance by switching to gy efficient lighting system—with a ROI 2 months. Percentage of Electricity Used in a Hospital2 Monday, November 11, 2013
  • 7. Scope...Solar Road Street Lighting Monday, November 11, 2013
  • 8. Scope...Automation BMS controls for HVACE systems – Chillers/Heat Exchangers/Boilers – Pressurization units – Fresh Air Handling Units (FAHU, AHU) – Water tanks (under ground, over head) – Pumps (transfer, booster, sewage, other) – Remote systems’ alarm monitoring Monday, November 11, 2013
  • 9. Scope...Water Harvesting & Recycling water supply exists, is estimated to be around 145 litres/capita/ day (lpcd). Table 1 illustrates the typical break-up of water Rainwater Harvesting, Recycling & Reuse A rainwater harvesting scheme cannot be viewed in isolation. collected and diverted into the recharge pit/recharge trench. cooking water needs are met by using the municipal water supply. Waste water from the kitchens and bathrooms (called sullage) Figure 1: Total Water Management In Residential Complexes Using Rain Water And Sullage Monday, November 11, 2013
  • 10. Scope...Organic Waste to Electricity Monday, November 11, 2013
  • 11. Monday, November 11, 2013

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