Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust
Energy centre delivering £2.4m in lifetime savings
ENGIE constructed the Ray Crampton Energy Centre at Rampton Hospital, developed via a Carbon and Energy Fund (CEF) framework contract, and will continue to operate and maintain the system for 15 years:
- Coal-fired boilers were replaced with a 1MW biomass boiler, a 1.2MW CHP engine and three high efficiency dual-fuel boilers generating 6.7 MW of thermal energy.
- The scheme meets all of the hospital’s heating and hot water requirements and approximately 87% of the total electricity demand, and will reduce CO2 emissions by around 8,000T per annum and fuel costs by around £730k over the lifetime of the contract.
- ENGIE has delivered guaranteed specified carbon and energy savings that will enable further financial savings of around £1.7m over the lifetime of the contract which can be invested back into improving patient services.