Vital Energi to Showcase Sustainability Services to Healthcare Sector

Vital Energi is exhibiting at the 2013 HefmA Conference and Exhibition this year where it will be demonstrating how it can help hospitals to reduce their energy demand and carbon liability by implementing energy management and generation solutions.

The Health Estates Facilities Management Association (HefmA), the UK's leading member association that represents estates and facilities professionals operating within the NHS, is holding its annual conference from 22 to 24 May 2013 at Stadium MK, Milton Keynes.

Ian Whitelock, joint managing director of Vital Energi, commented: "Vital Energi has recently recruited senior personnel to broaden our horizons and capability in the development of opportunities for financed energy services across the healthcare sector."

"This new team will also co-ordinate resources and collaborate closely with our energy management division to ensure, wherever possible, that our proposals optimise the benefits to be gained from monitoring, measuring and reducing energy consumption in conjunction with the design of efficient and sustainable solutions for energy generation."

Vital Energi is inviting delegates to visit it at Stand 58 during the conference and meet members of its new healthcare development team which consists of healthcare energy specialists who together have worked on more than 25 of the most significant NHS energy schemes carried out in the UK in the past 15 years and have worked in both energy management and energy generation for the healthcare sector for an average of 25 years. 

Vital Energi is a market leader in sustainable energy generation and management. It creates superior quality sustainable energy solutions which are kind to the environment and provide security of supply. It also measures and manages energy demand as the UK’s leading provider of energy and carbon reduction solutions for private and public sector organisations.

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