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Energy Resiliency and OPEX Reduction in Healthcare Environments
The founders of Patriot Emerging Technologies have helped healthcare executives for the past two decades make their hospitals more energy resilient, and save millions of dollars on energy spend leveraging clean, on-site power solutions like fuel cells, energy storage, and combined heat and power.  This webinar will highlight the tools that can help hospitals remain open during grid outages, and reduce OPEX without capital in these challenging financial times.  Patriot Emerging Technologies will be providing case studies of local hospitals that have deployed innovative power solutions like fuel cells to make their facilities more available to customers, and help them save money in times when the electrical grid cost keeps rising.

This webinar will educate healthcare executives on how to leverage innovative but proven forms of on-site distributed energy to keep critical hospitals running, despite a fragile electrical grid in New England. It will also show how healthcare customers are leveraging Power Purchase Agreements to save up to 30% of their cost of electricity without using capital for projects.

Learning Objectives:
-With operating revenues down and capital projects frozen due to the pandemic, how can I reduce my operational costs significantly without using capital?
-How can I ensure our hospitals will always have electricity when patients need us?
-How can I add the electrical capacity to add more beds to my hospital quickly?
-How can we have true energy independence without introducing hazardous emissions and smog to the local communities we are trying to keep healthy?

Program will be approved for 1.0 hour of ACHE Qualified Education

Meet the speakers:
-Bill Bockoven – President, Patriot Emerging Technologies
-Steve Cronin – Vice President, Patriot Emerging Technologies
-Brian Kane – Director of Applications Engineering at Bloom Energy Corporation

Aug 13, 2020 05:30 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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