One of the largest hospital trusts in England, East Kent Hospitals NHS Trust, has unveiled a plan to power half of Margate’s Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother Hospital with 1,200 solar panels in a bid to cut carbon dioxide emissions.
The organisation is also working with its facilities arm 2gether Support Solutions and energy performance firm Breathe on a project to reduce carbon emissions and make more use of green technologies.
This collaboration will also include the deployment of LED lighting, the upgrade of heating and the improvement of cooling systems to reduce the carbon footprint of hospitals.
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