University Hospitals Bristol & Weston NHS Foundation Trust Win Top Award

We’d like to congratulate University Hospitals Bristol and Weston NHS Foundation Trust for winning the Decarbonisation Project of the Year award at the The Energy Management Association for the work they have been doing towards meeting their net zero targets.

Vital have worked with the Trust on a two-phase decarbonisation project which saw the refurbishment of the existing energy centre, replacement of the steam boilers and an extension of the district heating network to connect an additional 10 plantrooms.  As this de-steamed the hospital, the project also involved replacing and modifying essential pieces of infrastructure, such as the sterilisers and washers, with more energy efficient models.

Bristol Heat Network

University Hospitals Bristol and Weston NHS Foundation Trust were one of the first NHS organisation to declare a climate emergency and set a target to become carbon neutral by 2030.   This project is an important part of meeting these targets and the Trust have delivered significant upgrades to their energy infrastructure which will deliver carbon reduction for years to come.

We’re delighted their hard work, commitment, and vision to achieving net zero has been recognised at such a prestigious awards ceremony.

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Bristol Hospital Energy Saving Energy Centre

The Energy Management Association was created to establish best-practice and put energy management at the heart of British business and the awards are designed to shine a spotlight on the very best instances of energy management in the UK.

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