Pedagogical tools

Energy management at health facilities-developing countries

This guide aims to inform readers about energy management issues and the solutions that can help control energy consumption at a health facility. It is targeted at managers of such facilities and funders of energy or health projects in developing countries, especially in the Mediterranean regions.

Content

  • Introduction
  • Why and how should energy be managed?
  • Energy management in hospitals
  • Energy at rural health facilities
  • Model energy management operations
  • Energy-efficient buildings
  • Energy policies and diagnostic tools
  • Domestic hot water/heating/ventilation
  • Air-conditioning/cooling
  • Energy-saving equipment

 

Information

  • Edition: Geres
  • Author: Marie-Aimée Quadrio
  • Year: 2003
  • Language: French
  • Pages: 119
  • ISBN: 2-907590-22-7
  • Photo credits: Geres, Getty Images
  • Financial support: Région PACA, Conseil Général, l’IEPF, l’AIF et l’ADEME

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