University Medical Center (UMC) needed to upgrade their aging, inefficient, and maintenance intensive equipment and utilize more energy efficient means.
“The advantage of working with Ameresco is that they can perform multiple projects at one time. It would take years to do these projects individually and it would cost a lot more in time and money.”
– Cindi Roehr
Assistant Administrator, University Medical Center of Southern Nevada
Million ESPC Energy Project Size
Metric Tons C02 Carbon Footprint Reduction
ESPC Annual Energy Savings
Partnering with Ameresco, UMC was able to update their infrastructures to reduce their energy use and in turn, reduce maintenance costs. The energy conservation measures are expected to reduce the hospital’s utility expenses and increase equipment lifespan.
- Save 2.4 million kWh and 8,000 therms annually
- Reduced carbon footprint
- New energy efficient building equipment
- Project completed more than $18,000 under budget
- Replaced old equipment and systems
- Improvements benefitting hospital, patients, and workers
UMC and Ameresco partnered under an Energy Savings Performance Contract to implement energy conservation measures in 14 of the hospital’s buildings.
- Retrofitted 10,246 lighting fixtures
- Installed 707 light sensors
- Installed new water and air systems