Energy Management Case Studies - Healthy Hospitals Initiative

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Energy Management Case Studies - Healthy Hospitals Initiative

  1. 1. The  Healthier  Hospitals  Ini0a0ve   and  Energy  in  Healthcare   Christopher  Bodkin   Healthier  Hospitals  Ini0a0ve   cbodkin@healthierhospitals.org    
  2. 2. Jeffrey  Thompson,  MD,  CEO   Gundersen  Lutheran  Health  System   La  Crosse,  Wisconsin   “Healthcare  organiza/ons  need  to  be  honest   with  themselves  and  ‘look  in  the  mirror’  when   it  comes  to  environmental  factors  that  affect   human  disease.  Our  mission  is  to  improve  the   health  of  the  communi/es  we  serve,  and  we   cannot  accomplish  this  mission  without   looking  at  our  organiza/on’s  environmental   impact  and  how  that  contributes  to  disease.”   Leadership  Walks,  Talks,  Envisions…  
  3. 3. www.healthierhospitals.org
  4. 4. Sponsoring  Health  Systems  
  5. 5. Healthier  Hospitals  Ini@a@ve   Goal  is  to  enroll  2000  hospitals     FREE  for  all  enrollees           Modeled  aHer  IHI  100,000  Lives  Campaign     •  Accelera@on  strategy  at  the  intersec@on                                     of  sustainability,  pa@ent  and  worker  safety   •  Using  proven  strategies  to  drive  success   Milestone  Report   a  POWERFUL  evidence-­‐based  story  to  tell    
  6. 6. HHI  Overview  
  7. 7. Leaner  Energy   Carbon  dioxide  and  other   pollutants  can  contribute  to     chronic  bronchi@s,  asthma   aLacks,  respiratory   symptoms  and  premature   death.  The  Healthier     Hospitals  Ini@a@ve  (HHI)  is   teaming  with  hospitals  to   conserve  energy  and   reduce  emissions  to  benefit   pa@ents,  staff  and  local   communi@es.  
  8. 8. Leaner  Energy   Regulated  Medical   Waste  Reduc0on     Reduce  regulated  medical   waste  to  less  than  10   percent  of  total  waste  or   less  than  three  pounds   per  adjusted  pa@ent  day   Recycling Achieve  a  15  percent   recycling  rate   Construction and Demolition Diversion Achieve  an  80  percent   recycle  and  diversion   rate  for  major   renova0ons  and  new   construc0on   Baseline:  Input  energy  data  into  ENERGY  STAR  PorYolio   Manager  to  track  energy  use  and  GHG  emissions   Level  1  –  3%  reduc@on   Level  2  –  5%  reduc@on   Level  3  –  10%  reduc@on    (or  >75  ES)     Level  1     Reduce  greenhouse   gases  by  decreasing   weather-­‐adjusted  energy   intensity  from  metered   energy  use  by  three   percent  from  baseline.   Level 2 Reduce  greenhouse   gases  by  decreasing   weather-­‐adjusted  energy   intensity  from  metered   energy  use  by  five   percent  from  baseline.   Level 3 Reduce  greenhouse   gases  by  decreasing   weather-­‐adjusted  energy   intensity  from  metered   energy  use  by  ten   percent  from  baseline   OR  if  facility  is  already  an   ENERGY  STAR  rated   facility  (>  75),  maintain   ES  status.  
  9. 9. Weather  Normalized  EUI  Over  Two  Years  
  10. 10. Green  House  Gas  per  Square  foot   “Every  dollar  saved  on  energy  costs  is  a  dollar  that  is  devoted   to  improving  medical  care  for  our  pa@ents.”     Dr.  Herbert  Pardes,  President  and  CEO  New  York  Presbyterian   Hospital  
  11. 11. Interven@ons  
  12. 12. Case  Study:  Partners  Healthcare  Strategic   Energy  master  Plan   The  Problem:  In  2008  Partners  Healthcare  was  incurring  $100M  in  annual  energy   costs  in  15  facili@es  with  a  consump@on  escala@on  rate  of  1.5%  per  year.  Power   sources  were  49%  carbon  fuel,  30%  hydro,  18%  nuclear,  and  3%  renewable.   Goals:   •  Reduce  energy  consump@on  by  at  least  20%  in  5  years  (2008  base)   •  Iden@fy  and  evaluate  renewable  energy  sources  to  reduce  dependence  on   carbon  fuels   •  Increase  efficiency  of  energy  delivery  through  on-­‐site  cogenera@on   •  Develop  a  10-­‐year  capital  plan  to  implement  SEMP  recommenda@ons.   Benefits:   •  Reduc@on  of  25%  in  energy  consump@on  over  5  years  on  a  $100M  p.a  energy   bill.   •  Annual  pollutant  reduc@on  include  21.6  tons  of  sulphur  dioxide,  5  tons  of   nitrous  oxide,6,332  tons  of  carbon  dioxide  and  0.15  tons  of  mercury.   •  According  to  the  Prac@ce  Greenhealth  Energy  Impact  Calculator  the  annual   reduc@on  in  health  impact  on  the  popula@on  is  es@mated  to  be  $500,000  
  13. 13. Southeast  Energy  Consump@on   EPA  Region  #4:  Alabama,   Florida,  Kentucky,   Mississippi,  North  Carolina,   South  Carolina,  and   Tennessee  
  14. 14. •  It has been an honor speaking with you today. If you want to learn more about the Healthier Hospitals Initiative please visit www.healthierhospitals.org.     Christopher  Bodkin   603-­‐491-­‐6106   Monday-­‐  Friday,  9:00am-­‐5:00pm  ET   cbodkin@healthierhospitals.org       OR  help@healthierhospitals.org     Thank  You!  

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