Sustainability Partners

Statement from NEHES President

NEHES_logoOur jobs as facilities engineers continues to evolve. We are tasked with balancing growing energy requirements within our facility with the need to create a sensible balance between energy consumption and energy conservation.

NEHES is proud to announce our new Sustainability initiative which will gather trusted resources, the latest news, and real-world examples from our members on how they are improving energy efficiency, implementing new technologies, and installing alternative energy. Together, we can create partner to create a sustainable future for healthcare engineering in New England and beyond.

ASHE Energy to Care Program

energytocarelogo1-300x72Empowering Hospitals to Put Resources Back into Patient Care

Energy to Care (formerly the Energy Efficiency Commitment E2C) challenges healthcare facilities engineers to become more efficient in their energy usage – and use the savings to improve health care services to patients.

Through education, benchmarking, and awards programs, ASHE is supporting the efforts of its members to actively reduce and manage their energy usage.

Learn more about Energy to Care

ASHE Roadmap to Sustainability

roadmap-for-hospitals-300x95ASHE has a comprehensive guide to sustainability in healthcare facilities. The website includes guides, strategies, unbiased reviews and technical information, and best-practices.

Great resources aligned with the specific needs of the healthcare industry.

Learn more about Roadmap to Sustainability

ASHE Energy University

Learn about energy efficiency at your own pace through these free on-line learning courses brought to you by ASHE and partner Schneider Electric.

Earn 4.025 CEUs when you complete the three course modules. Topics include building controls, alternative energy, measuring efficiencies, steam systems, and more.

Learn more about ASHE Energy University