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Take better care of your facility, and it will return the favor.

When you take the steps necessary to implement energy-efficiency programs, good things can happen. Things like improving air quality and patient safety so patients can recover faster and go home sooner. Or reducing overhead so you can better allocate resources to prepare for an aging population.

Energy efficiency conveys an important message to the communities you serve. It shows you’re committed to achieving improved patient outcomes. It also helps you address staff shortages, by attracting and retaining the best caregivers.

When you really think about it, energy efficiency can make a measurable difference in providing better patient care. And when you work with NYSERDA to reduce your energy consumption, we’ll help you find the right technical assistance and financial incentives to do things better — from concept to completion.


When you do things better,

you can do better things.

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Healthcare Facilities

ACROSS NEW YORK ARE

doing things better

with help from NYSERDA

Learn how doing things better has allowed others to achieve measurable results.

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Northeast Health

Adding more energy-efficient equipment has led to a reduction in energy usage for this healthcare facility. See how Northeast Health has taken full advantage of a combination of NYSERDA's programs to make cost-effective and proactive improvements.

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St. Peter's Hospital

Patients at St. Peter's benefit from increased comfort due in part to cost-effective improvements NYSERDA helped identify in the six-story tower building.

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St. Joseph's Hospital Health Center

NYSERDA helped St. Joseph's incorporate energy efficiency into its capital planning by implementing data center upgrades and constructing a $15 million combined heat and power plant.

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Mt. Sinai Medical Center

A lighting retrofit allowed Mt. Sinai to reduce its peak energy demand, cutting energy usage by 3.5 million kWh and saving $500,000 annually.

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