On target: Innovative resource-conserving and power-generating technologies find a home at more hospitals

Read the full story in Health Facilities Management.

A trend appears to be gaining momentum in which health facility professionals are replacing conventional infrastructure systems with products and technology formerly considered out of reach.

If you’d like to explore innovative, progressive energy-efficient and sustainable technology and systems, options ranging from fuel cells to solar energy to rain harvesting are available that can reap long-term financial and environmental benefits.

It appears that a growing number of hospital executives are open to purchasing alternative energy-saving options, according to the 2011 Hospital Energy Management Survey conducted by Health Facilities Management and the American Society for Healthcare Engineering, which appeared in last year’s July issue.

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