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Earlier this week at the Ontario Hospital Association’s, HealthAchieve 2011 conference, LHSC’s Facilities Engineering under the leadership of Phil Renaud received a Green Health Care Award for Energy Efficiency.
The Green Health Care Award for Energy Efficiency distinguishes a candidate that has demonstrated a reduction in their environmental impact as a result of energy efficiency practices, reduced energy consumption, demand management, generation of green energy or other measures.
LHSC was selected as the winner by HealthAchieve Show Management, Ontario Hospital Association (OHA) and the Canadian Coalition for Green Health Care (CCGHC) for its Energy Stewardship Program. The Energy Stewardship Program was launched in 2003 with a goal to establish LHSC as a centre of excellence and model for other facilities in the procurement, production, and utilization of energy resources. Since its creation, the Energy Stewardship Program at LHSC has saved the organization over three million dollars annually while reducing greenhouse gas emissions by over 8,000,000 kgs annually.
1st Row: Peter Johnson, chair, LHSC, Bonnie Adamson, president & CEO, LHSC, David Crockett, integrated vice president facilities management, LHSC and St. Joseph's, Luis Rodriguez, Honeywell