Méthodologie - NHS Sustainable Development Unit

Méthodologie - NHS Sustainable Development Unit

Click icon to add picture United Lincolnshire Hospitals NHS Trust Biomass CHP Project at Pilgrim Hospital Boston Background: Energy & Sustainability Issues facing the Trust Issues Steam Plant 40 years old A desire to reduce environmental impact and costs Capital Availability ?? Trusts Solution

Tender under PFI rules to include Finance Transfer Risk Increased Efficiency Carbon Management Pilgrim Hospital Energy Centre, Boston 15 year contract for Energy Supply and Operation Awarded in April 2008 Design, build and operation of Energy Centre Steam raising biomass, gas & CHP Updated control system

New water treatment plant First installation of steam biomass boiler supplied to the NHS within the UK 3 3D Animation Video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j7MiMCQJMvE https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j7MiMCQJMvE Success Factors Capital Avoidance

750,000 Gas Mains Upgrade Technical Solution Biomass Infrastructure Costs Increased Size of Biomass Fuel Diversity Carbon Reduction Cost Effective Solution

Cost Reduction New Efficient Plant Carbon Trading Benefit Continual Improvement 5 2 MW Gas Boiler Now Added Summary

Lowest Life Cycle Cost Fuel Diversity Continual Improvement Reduced Environmental Impact Reduced Costs of Operation Strong Partnership 6

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