Stanford University Medical Center
Energy Conservation and
1.7 million square feet
Reducing Environmental Impact, Costs with Clean Energy Services
The Stanford University Medical Center complex includes Stanford Health Care and Stanford Children’s Health Services and serves as the teaching hospital for the Stanford University School of Medicine.
Their utility costs exceeded $14 million annually. Realizing that the drain on the university’s resources and the negative environmental impact of this consumption was unsustainable, Stanford leadership wanted to remedy the issue. After performing a phase 1 energy and sustainability analysis, our experts recommended sustainability projects totaling over $7 million with over $500,000 in claimed incentives. In the analysis stage, we identified 18 projects as critical and then worked with Stanford Medical Center to implement them, reducing their annual energy costs and their environmental footprint.