Glenbrook Hospital is a 699,550 square foot, 173-bed hospital offering comprehensive inpatient and outpatient services including cancer care, cardiology, physical medicine and rehabilitation, and radiology. Based on results from the comprehensive energy audit, it was determined that some energy cost reductions can be achieved at relatively low investment levels, while others will require substantial capital investment. Cost-effective projects are identified in the areas of occupancy sensors for lighting control, installation of variable frequency drives (VFDs), and improving building controls.
Northshore University Health System strategic energy management plan
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