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Monitoring guidelines

Deliverable D5.1 – Monitoring guidelines and evaluation plan has just been published and is available in the Download area. The document describes how the installation phase has been carried on in the

Publication on HVAC&R Research

Two of the nine energy saving solution sets tested in the framework of the Green@Hospital project deal with surgery room HVAC systems which are space type with particularly stringent indoor environmental quality requirements. For

APOTECACommunity international meeting 2014

Sustainability will the one of the themes debated at APOTECACommunity international meeting 2014, the event host by Loccioni Group in Angeli di Rosora (Italy). APOTECA  Community in fact, is not only a virtual

Chania Workshop: fix the date

General Hospital Chania St. George and Technical University of Crete are pleased to invite you to the workshop: “Smart energy systems for sustainable hospitals: lesson learnt from the Green@Hospital project”. The event

Green@Hospital at Xperience Efficiency 2014

 Green@Hospital has been protagonist at Schneider Electric Xperience Efficiency 2014, an event focused on energy efficiency  solutions to support the development of smart cities and to improve the quality of life. The Roadshow involved over 1000 participants,

New conference paper accepted

A paper presented by TUC has been accepted to be presented at the 3rd IC2UHI (International Conference on Countermeasures to Urban Heat Island) that will be held in Venice on October 3014 (13th -15th).

Energy saving techniques tested in Saint George Hospital

Saint George Hospital (Chania) participated in the European project Green@Hospital to explore energy saving solutions based on Information Technologies. Saint George Hospital from the proposal of the project identified the opportunity of

Green approach in Hospital de Mollet

The Hospital of Mollet was built in 2010, and was created from its conception as a sustainable Hospital, both in terms of architectural design and  facilities or engineering. The sustainability criterion has

Impact of Green@Hospital project in Servicio Andaluz de Salud

From the very beginning we thought the Green@Hospital project to be a good opportunity to learn how to reduce energy consumption using ICT technologies, in order to achieve the goals set by

Ospedali riuniti of Ancona experience

The experience gathered during the Green@hospital project for Azienda Ospedaliero Universitaria Ospedali Riuniti Ancona Umberto I G. Salesi, G.M. Lancisi is beyond expectations from different points of view: - Reputation to be