Energy Performance Contracting for Healthcare

October 2, 2007

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Kristi Ennis

Contracting with an Energy Services Company (ESCO) can be a great way to make improvements to aging infrastructure without incurring up-front costs. If your facility is over 40,000 square feet in size, has energy bills in excess of $40,000 a year, and has been unable to make many improvements to energy-related systems in the last ten years, it may be a good candidate for this innovative arrangement.

See the PDF below for details.

Energy Performance Contracting for Healthcare