Ecosystem Healthcare Introduction

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This is an introductory presentation prepared for hospitals about the engineering firm, Ecosystem, that specializes in energy-efficiency solutions.
Ecosystem is confident that energy costs can be reduced at any facility by over 25%.

Ecosystem has performed successful projects valued at over 100 million dollars per year.

Our energy-efficiency design engineers are ready to evaluate your facility and initiate collaboration efforts to reduce energy costs.

Learn more at http://www.ecosystem-usa.com/

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Ecosystem Healthcare Introduction

  1. 1. Healthcare Introduction
  2. 2. ABOUT ECOSYSTEM Energy efficiency leader •  Engineering firm, focused on reducing energy costs and GHG emissions •  Reputation for implementing innovative and sustainable solutions •  Exclusively dedicated to energy efficiency Company Snapshot •  In business for more than 15 years – Privately held, employee owned •  Close to 100 energy specialists and $100 million in current projects •  ISO 9001: 2000 certified •  Offices in New York, Toronto, Montreal, Quebec City •  Significant experience working with Hospitals 2
  3. 3. CHALLENGES FACING HOSPITALS Hospitals are facing a series of challenges; •  Increasing costs and shrinking budgets •  Aging and inefficient infrastructure •  Demands from senior levels and government to meet environmental guidelines •  Pressure of keeping pace with peers who have taken action on the environmental agenda •  Need to be seen as progressive community leaders and not followers 3
  4. 4. ECOSYSTEM AND HOSPITALS We are a leader in Energy Efficiency for Healthcare •  150 energy retrofit projects completed for over $300 million savings •  Over 30 Major Hospital Energy Efficiency Projects completed •  12 Major Hospital Energy Efficiency Projects ongoing 4
  5. 5. ECOSYSTEM’S APPROACH Our
approach
is
unique
and
our
results
are
excellent

 •  Although newer equipment and lighting are good ways to start reducing energy use, we do not focus on “off the shelf” solutions •  We review the various ways energy is generated and distributed throughout the entire building •  The measures we propose are the result of more rigorous design work, resulting in meaningful measures aimed at significant energy usage reductions and supported by a strong financial case Because
of
this
unique,
experience‐based
approach,
we
have
a
track
record
of
 reducing
energy
consump<on
in
hospitals
in
excess
of
25%
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  6. 6. ECOSYSTEM’S APPROACH Ecosystem and the “ESCO” Model •  Verification and analysis of current conditions Technical •  Project design and systems integration •  Project financing including access to grants •  Turnkey project management Project Financial Management •  Performance monitoring •  Training and Awareness programs •  Guaranteed results 6
  7. 7. CASE STUDY - MCGILL UNIVERSITY HEALTH CENTRE COMPLETED Phase 1: 2006 INVESTMENT $7,100,000 ANNUAL SAVINGS $1,100,000 PAYBACK 5.6 years 7
  8. 8. CASE STUDY - MCGILL UNIVERSITY HEALTH CENTRE •  Conversion of steam heating to hot water •  Revamped steam system to service specific applications – sterilization, kitchen, humidification •  Refurbished power plant •  Implemented heat recovery systems within general exhaust, connected to both chillers and gen-sets •  Upgraded building controls, lighting, and variable frequency drives 8
  9. 9. CASE STUDY: ST. MICHAEL’S HOSPITAL COMPLETED 2007 INVESTMENT $7,900,000 ANNUAL SAVINGS $1,900,000 PAYBACK 4.2 years 9
  10. 10. CASE STUDY: ST. MICHAEL’S HOSPITAL •  Reduced reliance on district steam system by over 60% through implementation of: •  Heat recovery with heat pump chillers •  Closed loop cooling for unitary cooling equipment •  Steam limited to sterilization, kitchen, laundry •  Centralized domestic hot water production and eliminated high volume storage •  Converted steam heating to hot water •  Implemented high pressure reverse osmosis humidification system thus eliminating need for steam and related chemicals 10
  11. 11. CASE STUDY: MONTREAL GENERAL HOSPITAL COMPLETED 2007 INVESTMENT $17,230,000 ANNUAL SAVINGS $1,966,000 PAYBACK 7 years 11
  12. 12. CASE STUDY: MONTREAL GENERAL HOSPITAL •  Steam boiler decommissioning •  Installation of off-peak electrical boilers •  Electrical connection of multiple buildings •  Unification of heating water systems •  Conversion of existing heating and ventilation systems to hot water; •  Heat recovery with heat pumps. 12
  13. 13. ECOSTSYSTEM – ENERGY SAVINGS EXPERTS We look forward to discussing how you can; •  Design procurement models that focus on innovation and reduce your risk and costs •  Ensure that innovative energy solutions compliment the ongoing work of your staff •  Deliver sustainable: facilities, financials and carbon footprint for your Hospital Gerald O’Dwyer Manager, Business Development (312) 371-3940 gerald.odwyer@ecosystemsmw.com Sharon Chou Manager, Business Development (415) 902-0598 13 Sharon.chou@ecosystemsmw.com

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