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Energy Centre, Scarborough Hospital

Thursday 23 March marks NHS Sustainability Day, the perfect occasion to celebrate the official opening of the refurbished Energy Centre at Scarborough Hospital.

The Trust is committed to reducing its carbon footprint through the work of its Sustainable Development Group.  The refurbishment of the Scarborough Hospital energy centre will help make a large step towards reducing the Trust’s carbon footprint.

The £3.2M project will achieve guaranteed savings of £512,000 in the first year - a 31 per cent reduction on current energy bills and operating costs.

The upgrade at Scarborough includes improved boiler control and the installation of a combined heat and power (CHP) unit which will make a significant contribution to reducing carbon emissions, as well as significant savings to the hospital’s energy costs.  The principal component of the new installation is a new combined heat and power unit.  Carbon emissions are projected to be cut by 2,130 tonnes a year, a reduction of around 38 per cent.

The unit will supply all of the hospital’s night time electricity, over 70% of its day time electricity and make a substantial contribution to the heating and hot water supply.


As an exclusive event for our members we are offering a trip around the new Energy Centre on its official opening day, which will give you an inside opportunity to learn more about the Trust’s sustainability plans.

All of our members are welcome to book, but places are limited so will be offered on a first come, first served basis.  If there is enough demand we will facilitate extra tours.  We anticipate the event will last for an hour.


The £3.2M project will achieve guaranteed savings of £512,000 in the first year - a 31 per cent reduction on current energy bills and operating costs.

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