The Countess of Chester Hospital NHS Foundation Trust (COCH) and the Carbon and Energy Fund (CEF) are pleased to announce the release of their latest Framework. CEF Frameworks have already procured over £250m of projects that are in the process of delivering gross savings of £50m plus and 245,000 tonnes of CO2 per annum. [...]
At the H&V News Awards held at Grosvenor House Hotel, Park Lane, London on 19th April, the CEF project at NHS Tayside received the award for Collaboration of the Year for both Vital Energi and NHS Tayside. Congratulations to them both.
At the H&V News Awards Evening held on 19th April 2018 at Grosvenor House Hotel, Park Lane, London, the CEF project at NHS Grampian received the award for Retrofit Project of the Year for the successful bidder on the project, Vital Energi. Congratulations to both Vital Energi and NHS Grampian.
The CEF project with Gloucestershire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust got off to a flying start with the majority of the major plant items being delivered in a single day. Vital Energi have installed a 2.5MW CHP system which is integrated into the Trust's existing electrical, heating and hot water systems at the Gloucestershire Royal Hospital. [...]
We are delighted to announce that the Best Practice Guide issued in November 2017 has now been confirmed as certified literature conforming to continuing professional development principles. This is the first step in CEF providing CPD certified literature and webinars in the future. To obtain your copy of the guide please click on the link [...]
The new Energy Centre at Oxford's John Radcliffe Hospital reduced the Trust's overall spending on energy bills by over £230,000 in its first full month of operation compared with the same month last year. To read the full article please click on the link below. Energy Centre saves £230,000 in first month
Hospital Times recently ran a spotlight feature on the award winning CEF energy project at Oxford University Hospital scheme. Read more or download the PDF here: Hospital_Times_OUH_Feature
The Carbon and Energy Fund were once again in attendance at this year’s IHEEM Conference. As well as promoting the recently published 'Implementing Energy Strategies in Healthcare Estates. A Best Practice Guide to the Model Hospital’ the team were busy delivering talks and workshops at the Energy and Sustainability Theatre on both days including: a [...]
CEF are delighted to announce the first edition publication of “Implementing Energy Strategies in Healthcare Estates. A Best Practice Guide to the Model Hospital” With a foreword by Lord Carter, he commends the 110 page document for its suitability for a diverse range of audiences as well as its in-depth content, writing style and design [...]
Over the last 18 months Harrogate’s Estates team and Imtech’s Engineering Services team have been working within the Carbon Energy Fund (CEF) framework to identify, design and install numerous improvements to the mechanical and electrical systems across the hospital, with the guaranteed savings providing not only financial and carbon benefits to the Trust but also [...]