In London, the Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust healthcare facility wanted to improve the energy performance of two of its sites, Charing Cross and Hammersmith hospitals. The goal? Reduce their carbon footprint and meet the challenges of the Net Zero plan put in place by the British government.
An entity of Imtech group, a subsidiary of Dalkia in the United Kingdom, Breathe has proposed a comprehensive approach. The project therefore includes the installation of an air heat pump on the Charing Cross hospital site: this enables the supply of heat and domestic hot water while reducing the consumption of natural gas. At the same time, solar panels have been installed on the two sites in order to create a green and sustainable source of electricity, and to reduce dependence on the electricity grid.
The two hospitals benefit from a series of energy efficiency measures, notably related to lighting, heating, ventilation, air conditioning and energy management. Thanks to the planned maintenance work, it will be possible to replace the old boilers with more modern and energy-efficient equipment.
The energy optimization work is expected to have several positive impacts, including:
- 15% reduction in carbon emissions
- overall improvement in the energy performance of the two sites
- reducing dependence on the electricity grid through the installation of solar panels.
The project in figures
The reduction in CO2 emissions achieved through energy optimization work
The total value of the project
Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust invests in energy efficiency projects to reduce its carbon footprint.
UK public sector decarbonisation program launched.
Attribution of the energy renovation project of the two Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust sites to Breathe of the Imtech group, a subsidiary of Dalkia in the United Kingdom.
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